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    Cousins is the last word on page 17. The anagram for it is us coins. Maybe the quarters? The backs show great public places to hide tokens.

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    You mean page 37, right?

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    Yes.....that's it!

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    Default what about the later quarters?

    there's still like 20 more states to cover with quarters, right

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    From the US Mint Page:

    Connecticut

    Reverse: "The Charter Oak"
    Description: Celebrates "The Charter Oak" tree, which proved to be a good hiding place for the state's original Constitution.

    Engraver: T. James Ferrell

    Maybe a good place to hide a Token also?

    South Carolina

    Reverse: "The Palmetto State"
    Description: Depicts the key state symbols- a Palmetto Tree, the Carolina Wren and the Yellow Jessamine. An outline of South Carolina, the nickname "The Palmetto State" and a star indicating the capital, Columbia.

    Engraver: Thomas D. Rodgers
    Possibly a Palmetto Tree??

    Vermont

    Reverse: "Freedom & Unity"
    Description: Depicts Camel's Hump Mountain with an image of maple trees with sap buckets in the forefront.

    Engraver: T. James Ferrell
    I seem to recall something about being between 2 trees in the book.

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