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Why does this exciting 2019-W America the Beautiful War in the Pacific National Historical Park Quarter belong in your collection?
The U.S. Mint has issued its first ever "W" Mint marked circulation quarters in 2019, in an effort to encourage interest in coin collecting. The War in the Pacific National Historical Park America the Beautiful Quarter is the third in the series released directly into circulation. Only 2,000,000 have been struck.
Dramatic Battle Imagery
Created by Joel Iskowitz and Michael Gaudioso, the reverse depicts two soldiers making their approach at Asan Bay in the Battle for Guam in 1944. The image border is inscribed "WAR IN THE PACIFIC," "GUAM," "2019" and "E PLURIBUS UNUM."
John Flanagan's 1932 sculpture of George Washington is centered on the obverse. Inscriptions include "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST," "QUARTER DOLLAR" and the highly sought after West Point Mint mark "W."
Mint State 65 with First Week of Discovery Designation
This 2019-W War in the Pacific National Park America the Beautiful Quarter was judged to be in outstanding Mint State 65 condition by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). The coin is additionally certified as a First Week of Discovery release, meaning that it was submitted to PCGS for review within 7 days of the First Discovery 2019-W War in the Pacific quarter, which was authenticated in the PCGS 2019 Quarter Quest on June 5, 2019.
Make this First Week of Discovery 2019-W War in the Pacific National Park America the Beautiful Quarter the next addition to your collection!
This 2019-W Clad War in the Pacific - Guam America the Beautiful Quarter PCGS MS65 First Week Issue Blue Label is proudly minted by the U.S. Mint. The United States Mint was founded in 1792 and manufactures circulating, collectible, and bullion coinage.
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Due to the shutdowns and the limited in-person business transactions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, physical currency has circulated at an extremely low rate, leading to a “coin shortage.”
Recently retiring from the U.S. Mint towards the end of 2020, Michael Gaudioso crafted numerous designs himself and from other United States Mint artists. Most notably, Michael Gaudioso is responsible for sculpting Emily Damstra’s new Type 2 Silver Eagle reverse design of 2021.