Georgia Commemorative Quarter
The U.S. Mint's bicentennial commemorative quarter for Georgia features an outline of the state, a peach (the official state fruit and Georgia's nickname; "The Peach State"), live oak sprigs (the state tree), and the state motto: "Wisdom Justice Moderation." Georgia became the 4th state in 1788. All State Quarters
The outline of Georgia on the state's quarter is conspicuously missing the upper left corner (Dade County). Interestingly, Dade County has the nickname "The independent state of Dade," stemming from a legend that during the civil war, Dade County seceded from the nation before the rest of Georgia and did not officially rejoin the state until 1945, and also because Dade is isolated from the rest of Georgia by Lookout Mountain - Georgian visitors to Dade County have to enter Alabama or Tennessee to skirt the mountain.