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Yellowstone National Park Quarter - JPG
Reverse
Designer: Don Everhart
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: Features the Old Faithful geyser with a mature bull bison in the foreground. Inscriptions are YELLOWSTONE, WYOMING, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.
-JPG  Wyoming 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
Hawaii State Quarter - JPG
Description: “King Kamehameha I," features Hawaiian monarch King Kamehameha I stretching his hand toward the eight major Hawaiian Islands. Inscriptions are the state motto “UA MAU KE EA O KA ‘AINA I KA PONO” (“The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness”), “Hawaii” and “1959.”

Engraver: Don Everhart
-JPG  Hawaii 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
Alaska State Quarter - JPG
Description: "The Great Land," features a grizzly bear emerging from the waters clutching a salmon in its jaw. The coin’s design includes the North Star displayed above the inscription “The Great Land” and the inscriptions “Alaska” and “1959.”

Engraver: Charles Vickers
-JPG  Alaska 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
Arizona State Quarter - JPG
Description: “Grand Canyon State," features an image of the Grand Canyon with a Saguaro cactus, Arizona’s state flower, in the foreground. A banner reading “Grand Canyon State” separates the two images to signify that the Saguaro cactus does not grow in the Grand Canyon. The coin also bears the inscriptions “Arizona” and “1912.”

Engraver: Joseph Menna
-JPG  Arizona 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
New Mexico State Quarter - JPG
Description: " Land of Enchantment," features a Zia sun symbol over a topographical outline of the State with the inscription "Land of Enchantment." The coin also bears the inscriptions "New Mexico" and "1912."

Engraver: Don Everhart
-JPG  New-Mexico 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
Oklahoma State Quarter - JPG
Description: "Scissortail Flycatcher," features an image of the State bird, the Scissortail Flycatcher, in flight with its distinctive tail feathers spread. The bird is soaring over the State wildflower, the Indian Blanket, backed by a field of similar wildflowers. The coin’s design also bears the inscriptions "Oklahoma" and "1907."

Engraver: Phebe Hemphill
-JPG  Oklahoma 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Quarter - JPG
Reverse: "Carolinian Canoe, Latte Stone and Mwar"
Description: Represents the wealth of the islands in its natural resources of land, air and sea. Near the shore stands a large limestone latte, the supporting column of ancient indigenous Chamorro structures. A canoe of the indigenous Carolinians represents the people's seafaring skills across vast distances. Two white fairy tern birds fly in characteristic synchrony overhead. A Carolinian mwar (head lei) composed of plumeria, langilang (Ylang Ylang), angagha (peacock flower) and teibwo (Pacific Basil) borders the bottom of the design near the inscription, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS.

Sculptor: Phebe Hemphill
-JPG  Northern-Mariana-Islands 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
U.S. Virgin Islands - JPG
Reverse: "Banana Quit, Yellow Cedar and Islands"
Description: Features an outline of the three major islands, the yellow breast or banana quit, its official bird; the yellow cedar or yellow elder, the official flower; and a Tyre Palm Tree with the inscriptions, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS and United in Pride and Hope, the official motto of the territory.

Sculptor: Joseph Menna
-JPG  US-Virgin-Islands 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
American Samoa Quarter - JPG
Reverse: "Ava Bowl, Whisk and Staff"
Description: Depicts the ava bowl ("tanoa"), whisk and staff in the foreground with a coconut tree on the shore in the background and the inscriptions, AMERICAN SAMOA and SAMOA MUAMUA LE ATUA, the motto of American Samoa, which means "Samoa, God is First."

Sculptor: Charles Vickers
-JPG  American-Samoa 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
Guam Quarter - JPG
Reverse: "Flying Proa, Latte Stone and Island"
Description: Depicts the outline of the island, a flying proa (a seagoing craft built by the Chamorro people), a latte stone (an architectural element used as the base of homes) and the inscriptions, GUAM and Guahan I Tanó ManChamorro, which means "Guam - Land of the Chamorro."

Sculptor: Jim Licaretz
-JPG  Guam 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Quarter - JPG
Reverse: "Sentry Box"
Description: Features a historic sentry box and a hibiscus flower with the inscriptions, PUERTO RICO and Isla del Encanto, which means "Isle of Enchantment."

Sculptor: Joseph Menna
-JPG  Puerto-Rico 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS
District of Columbia Quarter - JPG
Reverse: "Duke Ellington"
Description: Features native son Duke Ellington, the internationally renowned composer and musician, seated at a grand piano with the inscriptions, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, DUKE ELLINGTON and JUSTICE FOR ALL, the District's motto.

Sculptor: Don Everhart
-JPG  District-of-Columbia 
february 2012 by FIFTY_STATE_QUARTERS

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