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North Dakota Proposed Designs
Winning design chosen for the North Dakota quarter.
Other finalists designed by The Mint for the North Dakota quarter.
Design narratives submitted to the mint
- Agriculture - "Agriculture remains the predominant industry in the state. Agriculture also shapes our landscape, from the bountiful fields of golden wheat to the vibrant yellow of a field of sunflowers to the serene beauty of cattle grazing on sweeping hills behind the fields, all under our open sky."
- Landscape - "If there is a common element to these landscapes, it is the vast openness accentuated by immense clouds and dazzling sunshine, so the design could feature the sun breaking through towering clouds over a landscape. Against the vast scale of this landscape are set geometric designs of growing crops and fields, majestic rivers and migrating waterfowl."
- Badlands - "The common image is of a sunset with the horizon outlined by rugged buttes and canyons, grasslands and buffalo as they graze the steep, striped Badlands terrain."
Early Proposed Themes
- American Indian culture
- International Peace Gardens
Early Proposed Design
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