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U.S. States Quarter Collection Board Plan

Item #
26496
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The recent issue by the U.S. Mint of quarters honoring all fifty states has rekindled an interest in coin collecting. The Wood Plan takes you through building the collection board step-by-step.

(1) U.S. States Quarter Collection Board Plan
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Manufacturer Part Number 26496
Weight 0.1500
Tech Spec
  • Finished Project Measures: 32-1/6" W x 22-3/8" H
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When I first seen this plan...
When I first seen this plan my father came to mind because he had collected all the quarters and could only display them in a book he bought. I had just bought a used Delta scrool saw and had never scroll sawed in my life. So I practiced on scrap wood then went at building it.The plans were great to follow and the piece came out just beautiful. I used the hint on different shades of stain which relly made it stand out. When I gave it to my dad he was so proud of it and showed it. Thank You Rockler staff from the bottom of my HEART. Your selection of items and prices can't be beat. I'll be a greatful customer for years to come. THANK YOU
March 5, 2010
This plan was easy to follow....
This plan was easy to follow. I am pleased with the final product. With that said, I would only use one layer of 1/4" ply for the backing, not two. I slightly modified the outer frame to accept a piece of glass, rather than the recommended plexiglass. The backing is 1/4" oak ply, the map and inner trim are maple, and the outer trim is bloodwood. I added the coin spaces for the 2009 Provinces. All in all a great show piece to hang on the wall; though it is heavy, so be careful with what you mount it to.
August 23, 2009
I thought the plan was very...
I thought the plan was very helpful. Reading other reviews I seen that they had stained the states different shades which was very helpful. It makes the board standout. I was a little stumped for a second about gluing the plan to the wood or using carbon paper. The plans said to glue it but at the bottom of the catalog page was a box to get carbon paper. I used carbon paper so as to not destroy the plans for future us by my son or family. Other than that I got it fast and loved it.
September 13, 2008
State Quarters
Not what I wanted. I'll return it.
June 8, 2017
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TOM M on Dec 19, 2017
suitable for hanging on the wall
Leslie H on May 16, 2017
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TOM M on Dec 19, 2017
Love the look of this! It’s a Christmas gift for my boyfirend. I’m always looking for quarters for him and thought this would be perfect to showcase his collection!
Joanna R on Nov 27, 2017
suitable for hanging on the wall
Leslie H on May 16, 2017
Made one 10 years ago for my son, ordered another plan to make one now for oldest grand daughter.
Fred B on Feb 13, 2017
To give to the grandchildren
Esther B on Mar 24, 2016
I plan to build it.
William D on Mar 20, 2016
I don't know just crazy I guess.
Bruce A on Jan 31, 2016
To display the state quarters and, if I do a good enough job, make three more for our kids and their families.
Jim G on Dec 17, 2015
To make collector maps for my grandchildren - I collected all the quarters before they were born.
Jeffrey D on Dec 1, 2015
present
William A on Nov 18, 2015
This is exactly what my Father-In-Law has been asking me to make. Only thing I make is a mess!
Frank S on Sep 17, 2015
Looked like a fun map and we like to start collecting.
Olof R on Aug 20, 2015
I got this so I could make one for my grandson's coin collection
Tommy M on Jul 13, 2015
Have someone that is interested in me making smoe
John B on Jun 26, 2015
Love the look of this! It’s a Christmas gift for my boyfirend. I’m always looking for quarters for him and thought this would be perfect to showcase his collection!
Joanna R on Nov 27, 2017
Made one 10 years ago for my son, ordered another plan to make one now for oldest grand daughter.
Fred B on Feb 13, 2017
can I purchase this in a digital copy?
Kevin G M on Apr 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure I understand the question, sorry
what size Forstner bit do you use for quarter holes ?
kurt C on Apr 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The bit size you need is a 25 mm bit. Also a helpful hit: when you're all done and you're putting the coins in, use double sided tape to help hold the coins in place
Are all the state pieces included?
Khori T on Oct 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You have to cut with a scroll saw . Rockler has a paper map that you glue to 1/4 thick board and cut out with a scroll saw. I have done this several times.
can this plan be downloaded?
Jeff S on Apr 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Oh it probably but you a printer that is 25” by 30” to make a copy to put on your board to cut it out
i h

I have done crafts my whole life but saw this completed piece in my bosses office. I want to try to craft one myself. besides a scroll saw do you need a million tools to complete?
Gerri on Feb 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have been scolling for years and have this pattern, but have not done it yet. Besides the scroll saw you will need a table saw, sander, and correct size forestall bit to counter sink the quarters. And different color stains.
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