The U.S. Mint has revealed the five reverse designs that will appear as part of the American the Beautiful Quarters Program in 2016. The quarters commemorate the designation of U.S. sites as National Parks, Monuments, or protected areas in the order they were formally recognized. As in the past, each coin will be given its own release date and will feature John Flanagan’s George Washington portrait as an obverse image.
ATB #31: Shawnee National Forest, Illinois.
ATB #32: Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, “First Doorway to the West,” Kentucky.
ATB #33: Harper’s Ferry National Historic Park, West Virginia.
ATB #34: Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota.
ATB #35: Fort Moultrie at Fort Sumter National Monument, South Carolina.
The American the Beautiful Quarters Program was launched in 2010, and the final coin in the series is scheduled for release in 2021. For more information, visit the U.S. Mint’s page for the ATB Quarters Program.