Nevada State Quarter 2013

The Nevada state quarter for 2013 features the beautiful Sagebrush branches, bristlecone pine and the sun rising behind the mountains. The reverse design includes the state motto, E Pluribus Unum, which signifies the nation’s unity through its various states. The Nevada State Quarter 2013 has a limited mintage of only one million coins, so it will be a good investment to collect a few to enjoy for years to come.

The Great Basin national park is located in the east central region of Nevada. This park is the site of the Great Basin National Park, which was founded in 1986. It is a park with both forested and desert-like areas. The Great Basin National Park quarter is the 18th issue in the U.S. National Parks Quarters series and features the Bristlecone Pine tree and the state motto, E Pluribus Unum.

Since the introduction of the State Quarter Program, the US Mint has continued to introduce new designs to the coins. In 2009, the US Mint added six US Protectorate Territories to the series, which includes one of each state. The design is unique and produced for just 11 weeks. The next US Mint quarter program will feature National Parks, with the order of the coins being determined by when a new National Treasure was introduced.

The Great Basin Quarter was released on June 10, 2013. This coin is the latest in the America the Beautiful series and depicts Great Basin National Park. The Great Basin National Park quarter features a doubling along its trunk and edges. The Bristlecone Pine Tree branches have texture that makes them look like real branches. If you’re looking for a coin that features a beautiful landscape, the Great Basin quarter is a great choice.