1999 25c US Washington Quarter (Georgia) NGC Brilliant Uncirculated.

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The 1999 Georgia quarter is a coin issued as part of the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters Program, which ran from 1999 to 2008. Each year during this program, five different U.S. states were honored with their own unique quarter design to commemorate their history and significance.

The 1999 Georgia quarter features several distinctive elements:

1. **Obverse (Front)**: The obverse side of the quarter features the standard image of George Washington, the first President of the United States, as seen on most U.S. quarters.

2. **Reverse (Back)**: The reverse side of the 1999 Georgia quarter showcases a depiction of the Georgia state outline, with several significant images within it:
- A peach, which is a symbol of Georgia and its nickname, the "Peach State."
- A live oak branch, representing Georgia's strength and vitality.
- Spanish moss draped over the live oak branch, highlighting the state's unique natural beauty.
- The state motto, "Wisdom, Justice, Moderation," is inscribed on the quarter.

This Georgia quarter is part of a series that celebrates the history and culture of each of the 50 U.S. states. It's a collectible coin often sought after by numismatists and coin enthusiasts, particularly those interested in the State Quarters Program. The value of a 1999 Georgia quarter can vary depending on factors such as its condition and rarity.

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