Information about legend: E PLURIBUS UNUM

E PLURIBUS UNUM (1782 - )
LegendE PLURIBUS UNUM
Translation

Translated from Latin: Out of many, one.

E pluribus unum - Latin for "Out of many, one" (also translated as "One out of many" or "One from many") - is a traditional motto of the United States, appearing on the Great Seal along with Annuit cœptis (Latin for "he approves the undertaking") and "Novus ordo seclorum" (Latin for "New order of the ages"); its inclusion on the seal was approved by an Act of Congress in 1782.

While its status as national motto was for many years unofficial, "E pluribus unum" was still considered the de facto motto of the United States from its early history. Eventually, the United States Congress passed an act (H. J. Resolution 396), adopting "In God We Trust" as the official motto in 1956.

E PLURIBUS UNUM - United States - (77) Coins
Coin NameMintageEffigy
Quarter Dollar 1999 Connecticut 1,350,337,359 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 1999 Delaware 778,537,359 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 1999 Georgia 943,645,359 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 1999 New Jersey 665,941,359 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 1999 Pennsylvania 711,045,359 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2000 Maryland 1,238,810,747 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2000 Massachusetts 1,167,862,747 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2000 New Hampshire 1,173,094,747 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2000 South Carolina 1,312,862,747 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2000 Virginia 1,598,694,747 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2001 Kentucky 726,658,140 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2001 New York 1,278,134,140 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2001 North Carolina 1,058,570,140 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2001 Rhode Island 873,194,140 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2001 Vermont 885,898,140 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2002 Indiana 692,884,245 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2002 Louisiana 767,288,245 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2002 Mississippi 582,684,245 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2002 Ohio 635,116,245 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2002 Tennessee 651,152,245 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2003 Alabama 460,808,516 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2003 Arkansas 461,208,516 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2003 Illinois 466,608,516 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2003 Maine 452,208,516 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2003 Missouri 456,608,516 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2004 Florida 484,540,684 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2004 Iowa 467,940,684 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2004 Michigan 462,340,684 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2004 Texas 484,540,684 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2004 Wisconsin 455,940,684 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2005 California 525,982,960 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2005 Kansas 568,982,960 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2005 Minnesota 493,582,960 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2005 Oregon 725,782,960 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2005 West Virginia 727,182,960 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2006 Colorado 573,556,800 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2006 Nebraska 598,956,800 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2006 Nevada 594,356,800 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2006 North Dakota 669,356,800 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2006 South Dakota 515,356,800 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2007 Idaho 585,566,034 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2007 Montana 517,406,034 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2007 Utah 512,366,034 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2007 Washington State 549,366,034 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2007 Wyoming 568,566,034 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2008 Alaska 509,390,928 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2008 Arizona 513,190,928 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2008 Hawaii 521,190,928 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2008 New Mexico 492,190,928 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2008 Oklahoma 420,190,928 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2009 American Samoa 85,882,706 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2009 District of Columbia 176,082,706 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2009 Guam 91,282,706 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2009 Northern Mariana Islands 76,482,706 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2009 Puerto Rico 142,882,706 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2009 U.S. Virgin Islands 85,682,706 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2010 Grand Canyon National Park 72,767,764 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2010 Hot Springs, Arkansas 72,169,697 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2010 Mount Hood National Forest 71,364,895 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2010 Yellowstone National Park 70,970,550 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2010 Yosemite National Park 72,568,009 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2010 Grand Canyon National Park 59,019 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2010 Hot Springs, Arkansas 60,000 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2010 Mount Hood National Forest 59,928 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2010 Yellowstone National Park 60,000 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2010 Yosemite National Park 60,000 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2011 Chickasaw National Recreation Area 144,466,010 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2011 Gettysburg National Military Park 62,471,553 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2011 Glacier National Park 62,868,452 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2011 Olympic National Park 62,267,361 George Washington
Quarter Dollar 2011 Vicksburg National Military Park 65,467,691 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2011 Chickasaw National Recreation Area 65,527 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2011 Gettysburg National Military Park 151,325 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2011 Glacier National Park 147,556 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2011 Olympic National Park 123,298 George Washington
Silver Five Ounces 2011 Vicksburg National Military Park 76,694 George Washington
Gold Quarter Ounce 2020 Mayflower unknown
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Year From1782
Year To
CountryUnited States
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