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Why order this America the Beautiful Roll of 40 2018-S Silver Block Island Reverse Proof Quarter coins?
Rhode Island's Block Island National Wildlife Refuge is the final America the Beautiful issue for 2018. It continues a series that started in 2010 and has remained popular since. The coins in this roll were struck as part of the San Francisco Mint's Reverse Proof series and remain in GEM Proof condition. Each one has an "S" mint mark on the obverse. Every quarter in the roll was struck on a 6.25 g planchet of .900 fine silver.
Serene Night-Heron Design by Chris Costello
John Flanagan's portrait of President George Washington, which has appeared on the quarter since 1932, is at the center of the obverse. The President's face is stern, and his long hair is tied down at the back of his neck. The effigy is joined by four large inscriptions, including the coin's face value, "QUARTER DOLLAR."
On the reverse, a black-crowned night-heron flies over the beach at Cow Cove. The view looks toward Sandy Point, where the North Lighthouse stands near the shore. The rim frame bears four inscriptions, including "BLOCK ISLAND" and "RHODE ISLAND," the state represented by this issue.
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This Roll of 40 - 2018-S Silver Block Island 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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