The Washington Quarter was first struck in 1932 to celebrate the bicentennial anniversary of George Washington`s Birth. These collectible coins were struck with a Reverse Proof Finish, meaning that their devices exhibit a mirrored finish while their fields display frosted finishes. This is the opposite of a standard Proof coin, making them distinctive from many coins. The obverses of these Washington Quarters exhibit a portrait of President Washington by William Cousins. The reverses of these coins will exhibit five different designs from the America The Beautiful series. These reverses depicted include Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan, the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore in Wisconsin, Voyageurs National Park in Minnesota, the Cumberland Island National Seashore in Georgia, and the Block Island National Wildlife Refuge in Rhode Island. These coins come from a set that celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the San Francisco Mint producing Proof coins. As a result, the Mint kept the mintage of these coins at only 200,000! These five rolls include 40 coins each, totaling 200 coins in all.