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The Quarter is a coin in the United States. It is equal to 25 cents, or one-fourth of a dollar. Sometimes it is also called "two pieces of eight" or "two bits". The quarter has a silver coloring and ridges along the circumference of the coin.

All quarters have George Washington on the front (or obverse), and the statement "In God We Trust".

On the back, or reverse, an eagle was featured until 1998; since 1999 the eagle has been replaced with designs commemorating each of the 50 states.