2009-S 25C District of Columbia, DCAM PR70DCAM Certification #14172632, PCGS #406562
The District of Columbia Quarter was the first design released in the
Obverse: The obverse of the coin depicts the same
Reverse: The reverse of the coins depicts Duke Ellington the renowned jazz musician holding some notes in his right hand, while sitting in front of a piano. The piano has his name Duke Ellington inscribed on it. Towards the top of the design are the words,
Mint Issue Price: The Proof District of Columbia and U.S. Territories Quarters were sold in a Proof set consisting of all six different 2009 Proof Clad Quarters. The sets were first offered on the U.S. Mint web site on January 05, 2009 at Noon (E.T.). Each Clad Proof Set was priced at $14.95 each.
The Mint also offered Silver District of Cloumbia and U.S. Territories Quarters in a seperate set.