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Arkansas became the 25th state to enter the union on June 15, 1836. The Arkansas State Quarter is the fifth and final State Quarter of 2003. It features a diamond in the center surrounded by scenes of the natural beauty of “The Natural State.” Arkansas is the only state in America where diamonds are found.
The Arkansas quarter reflects the state’s nickname, The Natural State, with images of a mallard duck in flight above trees and water. A diamond graces the center of the coin design, representing Crater of Diamonds State Park. Rice, shown on the left side of the coin, honors Arkansas’ rice crop, which is the largest of any state in America, and the state’s agricultural heritage.
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