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Why buy this Roll of 40 America the Beautiful 2018-S Silver Apostle Islands Reverse Proof Quarter coins?
This roll of Apostle Island Silver Quarters is sure to capture the imagination of outdoorsy types. The coins all bear the "S" mint mark of the San Francisco Mint, where they were among the coins struck in the Reverse Proof Set. Just 200,000 sets were minted. Each quarter was struck from 6.25 g of .900 fine silver, which is also known as Constitutional silver. The Apostle Island quarter is the forty-second issue of the America the Beautiful series, which began in 2010.
Breathtaking Devils Island Design by Richard Masters
The obverse bears the same John Flanagan portrait of President George Washington that has appeared on the Washington quarter since 1932. The portrait is joined by several inscriptions, including the face value of the coin, "QUARTER DOLLAR," and the national motto, "IN GOD WE TRUST."
The reverse was designed by Richard Masters and sculpted by Renata Gordon. A kayaker paddles on the flat waters next to the cliffs of Devils Island. Sea caves along the shore and the trees atop the cliffs make for a setting that any adventurer would love. "APOSTLE ISLANDS" is inscribed at the top on the rim frame, while "WISCONSIN," the state in which the islands are located, is included in the lower left.
Add this Roll of 40 2018-S America the Beautiful Silver Apostle Islands Reverse Proof Quarter coins to your collection today.
This Roll of 40 - 2018-S Silver Apostle Islands Reverse Proof America the Beautiful Quarter GEM Proof 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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