2020 25 cents (quarter) from the National Parks series - 55th Tallgrass Prairie National Reserve. Kansas State.
Tallgrass Nature Reserve is located in the US state of Kansas. It was created with the aim of protecting and preserving the local tall grass ecosystem. It is the only national park in the United States dedicated to the rich, natural history of prairie alpine plants. Tallgrass Nature Reserve was established in 1996. Tallgrass territory once covered 170 million acres of North America, but over the years much of it has been converted to farmland.
Obverse: In the center of the coin there is a portrait of President George Washington left (shown in a restored version of the original portrait used since 1932 on coin-quarters). Above, in a semicircle, the name of the issuing country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, below in a semicircle is written the denomination of the coin - QUARTER DOLLAR. To the left of the portrait the word LIBERTY (FREEDOM) is minted, to the right in several lines - IN GOD WE TRUST (WE BELIEVE IN GOD) and the letter of the mint.
Reverse: In the center of the coin, there is a royal butterfly flying over the grass Gerard the Bearded Man and the drooping Dealer. On the left edge of the coin is minted the name of the state in which the park is located: "KANSAS", on the right - the US motto: "E PLURIBUS UNUM". At the top, the name of the national park is minted in a semicircle: "TALGRASS PRAIRIE". The year of minting is indicated at the bottom of the coin: "2020".
Release date: November 16, 2020.