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2015-S Quarter ATB Homestead National Monument Proof (Silver)

2015-S Quarter ATB Homestead National Monument Proof (Silver)

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The Homestead Act of 1863 was integral in getting the western parts of the United States populated, and this coin pays tribute to this important time in America's history.

Coin Highlights:
  • Coins will come protective plastic packaging.
  • Designed by John Flanagan and William Cousins.
  • Gem Proof condition.
  • Contains .1808oz of Silver.
  • Obverse: Features the profile of George Washington.
  • Designed by Don Everhart.
  • Reverse: Features the essential elements for survival among homesteaders, which included food, shelter and water. "Homestead," "Nebraska" and the date around the edge.
  • Mint mark features an "S" for San Francisco.
  • Guaranteed by the U.S. Mint.


Protect and display your Homestead National Monument Quarter by adding a protective plastic capsule to your order.

This coin will make a great addition to any collection. Add this 2015-S Homestead National Monument Quarter Proof to your cart today!

The Homestead National Monument in southeastern Nebraska memorializes the Homestead Act of 1862, in which President Lincoln allowed both men and women to claim their stake on land in the west. Individuals who filed for the land were given 160 acres and needed to make improvements on the land and file for a deed when finished. The Homestead Act changed with the times as technological advances made it easier to cultivate land and the government began handing out larger portions. In 1976, the Homestead Act was officially repealed.

The park itself features a monument on the exact location of the first successfully claimed land from 1862. The park also includes 100 acres of tallgrass prairie, which was fully restored to what it looked like before the homesteaders staked their claims. The park also contains over two miles of hiking trails through the prairie and woodlands. Lastly, the Palmer-Epard Cabin, built in 1867, resides 14 miles northeast of the monument and has been restored several times through the years to maintain its squared logs, earth floored downstairs and small attic.

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