It's a busy week for the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee.
The body is set to review designs for a number of new U.S. Mint releases over the
course of its Oct. 7 and 8 meetings. Designs to be reviewed, expected
to culminate in recommendations, are for the 2017 and 2018 Native
American dollar coin reverses, the obverses and reverses for two Code
Talkers congressional gold medals, the reverse of the 2017 America the
Beautiful quarter dollars, and the obverse and reverse of the 2017
Lions Club International Century of Service commemorative silver dollar.
Other postings take a look at the proposed 2017 and 2018 Native
American dollar reverses and at proposed obverses and reverses for the
Pueblo of Laguna Code Talkers congressional gold
medal and the Saint Regis Mohawk Code Talkers congressional gold medal.
Here we view the 2017 America the Beautiful quarter dollar reverse
designs, which will represent Effigy Mounds National Monument in
Iowa; Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in the District of
Columbia; Ozark National Scenic Riverways in Missouri; Ellis Island
National Monument (Statue of Liberty) in New Jersey; and George Rogers
Clark National Historical Park in Indiana.
Have a look at all the candidates, and tell us which ones you like
in the comment section at the end of the post.
(Added Sept. 2, 2016: Check here for the official choices.)