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Guam Proposed Designs
Winning design chosen for the Guam quarter
Finalist versions designed by The Mint for the Guam quarter
Design narratives for the Guam quarter
- Guam quarter design proposal 1
The outline of the island of Guam sits in the center of the coin. To the left of the outline of Guam is the phrase, “Guåhan Tånó I Man Chamorro”. On the right of the coin sits two distinct images, one on top of the other: the Latte and the Flying Proa.
- Guam quarter design proposal 2
A view of East Hagåtña Bay with detail shows the majestic view of the calm of the inner reef waters and the Philippine Sea just beyond the reef. In the background, is Two Lovers Point, considered the most photographed and visited tourist site on Guam.
In the foreground, a coconut tree bending toward the left of the image. To the right of the coconut tree is the phrase, “Tånó I Man Chamorro”. To the left of the coconut tree is a Flying Proa, depicted as distant from the shore and sailing majestically within the reef.
To the right of the base of the coconut tree is a latte. Detail is minimal, but the size should be 1/3 the scale of the coconut tree. The top of the latte barely touches the phrase, “Tånó I Man Chamorro”. To the left of the base of the coconut tree is a break in the sand bar depicting the Hagåtña River Channel.
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