San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, Texas
The portrait in left profile of George Washington, the first President of the United States from 1789 to 1797.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Engravers:, William Cousins
Elements of the Spanish Colonial Real coin to pay tribute to the missions and symbols of the missions within the quadrants (wheat symbolizes farming; the arches and bell symbolize community; a lion represents Spanish cultural heritage, and a symbol of the San Antonio River represents irrigation methods and life-sustaining resources)
SAN ANTONIO MISSIONS
TEXAS 2019 E PLURIBUS UNUM
San Antonio Missions
Texas 2019 Out of Many, One
Engravers:, Chris Costello
The San Antonio Missions were among the largest concentrations of Spanish missions in North America, established in the 1700s, and helped create the foundation for the City of San Antonio, TX. The construction of aqueducts and irrigation canals (acequias) brought water to the missions sustaining farming and ranching. The missions’ toolmaking, carpentry, looming, spinning, and masonry also contributed to the community’s ability to be self-sustaining.
In 2019 for the great American coin hunt, the United States Mint made 2 million of each of the 5 quarter designs at Westpoint Mint with the “W” mint mark.