25 Cents KM400 Utah United States
|KM#||400||Dates||2007||Notes||50 State Quarter (Utah)|
In the center is a profile of George Washington facing left. He is wear a parliamentary wig tied with a bow at the back. Above him is written "LIBERTY" and below him is written "QUARTER DOLLAR". Below his chin to the left is written "LIBERTY", and to the right of him, starting level with his earlobe, is written in small lettering "IN GOD WE TRUST", with IN and TRUST on their own separate lines. Below this, level with Washington's bow, is the mint mark, either a D, a P or an S.
In the center, a large picture of the Golden Spike, which ceremoniously joined the Transcontinental Railroad in Utah. Below this spike are two trains facing each other on a railroad. Both are steam trains, the one on the left having a front chimney which is wide at the top, like a funnel, whereas the train on right has a narrow front chimney. Both trains have cow catchers at the front.Below the railway line to the right is written in tiny lettering "JFM". In the background is a range of mountains, with two peaks visible. Below the head of the nail, written in a straight line, is "CROSSROADS OF THE WEST", with the spike separating CROSSROADS and OF. At the top of the coin is written "UTAH" and below it, "1896".At the bottom of the coin is written in small lettering "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and above it is written "2007".