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District of Columbia Proposed Designs

Winning design chosen for the District of Columbia quarter

District of Columbia

Finalist versions designed by The Mint for the District of Columbia quarter

Duke Ellington Frederick Douglass Benjamin Banneker

Revised design narratives for the District of Columbia quarter

(The U.S. Mint rejected the three original narratives (see below) because they included the slogan "Taxation Without Representation." The Mint said the slogan is too controversial.)


Original design narratives for the District of Columbia quarter


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