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Wisconsin Quarter


Wisconsin celebrates its farming tradition and its role as “America’s Dairyland” in the 2004 Wisconsin Quarter, which is the first State Quarter to feature an agricultural theme. A cow, a wheel of cheese and an ear of corn share space behind a banner emblazoned with “Forward,” the Wisconsin State Motto.

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Released on October 25, 2004, the Wisconsin State quarter is the 30th coin released in the 50 State Quarters Program and the fourth released in 2004. Wisconsin, admitted to into the Union on May 29, 1848, themed the coin, Forward. It highlights an agricultural theme which features the head of a cow, a round of cheese and an ear of corn. President William J. Clinton was in office when this legislation was signed. Three United States Mint Directors served under President Clinton’s tenure; David J. Ryder of Idaho, Philip N. Diehl of Texas, and Jay W. Johnson of Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin State Quarter highlights President George Washington on the obverse with the inscriptions, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”, “LIBERTY”, “IN GOD WE TRUST”, and “QUARTER DOLLAR”.

The reverse inscriptions show “FORWARD”, “WISCONSIN”, “1848”, “2004”, and “E PLURIBUS UNUM”.

The Wisconsin quarter coin was designed by Alfred Maletsky and minted in Denver and Philadelphia.

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