Cumberland Island National Seashore Quarter
Cumberland Island National Seashore in Georgia was established in 1972 to maintain the primitive, undeveloped character of one of the largest and most ecologically diverse barrier islands on the Atlantic coast. There are almost 18 miles of pristine beach open to the public for recreational activities like swimming and walking. The island is also known to have one of the largest oak maritime forests remaining in the U.S., providing an unparalleled visitor experience.
This design depicts a snowy egret posing on a branch on the edge of a salt marsh, ready for flight. Design candidates were developed in consultation with representatives of Cumberland Island National Seashore.
- UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
- IN GOD WE TRUST
- QUARTER DOLLAR
- CUMBERLAND ISLAND
- E PLURIBUS UNUM
Mint and Mint Mark
- Sculptor: Don Everhart, Sculptor-Engraver
- Designer: Donna Weaver, Artistic Infusion Program