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Why buy this Roll of 40 America the Beautiful 2018-S Silver Cumberland Island Reverse Proof Quarter coins
2018 marked the ninth year of the America the Beautiful Quarters program, which has been popular not only among coin collectors but also the general public. The Georgia edition, the forty-forth in the series, celebrates Cumberland Island National Seashore. These coins, which share that design, were issued as part of the San Francisco Mint's Reverse Proof Set, which has a maximum mintage of 200,000 sets. An "S" mint mark is included on the obverse. Each coin in this roll remains in GEM Proof condition.
Striking Snowy Egret Design by Donna Weaver
Like all of the other issues in the America the Beautiful Series, these coins bear John Flanagan's portrait of President George Washington on the obverse. The portrait has been a fixture on quarters since 1932. The President bears a stern, confident countenance. "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST" flank the portrait, while rim inscriptions offer the coins' country and face value.
Donna Weaver's reverse features a snowy egret on a branch. The thin bird has its wings spread out. In the background is a salt marsh. Rim inscriptions include "CUMBERLAND ISLAND" and "GEORGIA," as well as the date, "2018," and "E PLURIBUS UNUM."
Buy this Roll of 40 America the Beautiful 2018-S Reverse Proof Cumberland Island Silver Quarter coins today.
This Roll of 40 - 2018-S Silver Cumberland 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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Following the conclusion of the America the Beautiful series in early 2021, the United States Mint is launching another quarter series that will feature five new quarter designs for the next four years that will honor prominent American women and their roles in shaping the nation.
Quarters were first struck by the United States Mint in 1796 and have gone through many iconic design changes over the course of their history. Read more to learn about the storied legacy of the Quarter.