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Nebraska Proposed Designs
Winning design chosen for the Nebraska quarter.
Other finalists designed by The Mint for the the Nebraska quarter.
Versions designed by The Mint for the Nebraska quarter.
- A portrait of Chief Standing Bear of the Ponca tribe standing in front of an outline of the state with the state's motto EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW above the state outline and the words CHIEF STANDING BEAR below and to the left of the outline.
- Chimney Rock on the left and the state Capitol on the right with identifying text.
- A covered wagon with Chimney Rock in the background and a sun overhead. The text CHIMNEY ROCK appears to the right and below the sun.
- A depiction of the statue THE SOWER, a 19.5-foot bronze sculpture by Lee Lawrie that has stood atop the 400-foot tower of the state's capitol since 1930. The text THE ARBOR DAY STATE appears above and to the right of the image while THE SOWER appears below and to the left of the image.
- The state Capitol with the text THE UNICAMERAL STATE to the left and STATE CAPITOL to the right. The word unicameral refers to Nebraska being the only single-house state legislature in the country.
Design narratives of these five design concepts selected by the Nebraska Quarter Committee will be submitted to the United States Mint
The top five designs from the online voting
Public voting took place until Sept. 1 on these 25 designs
Sample of designs submitted for the Nebraska quarter
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