I'm running a little behind on this. Here are two recent Featured Articles:
From December 4, 2018:
A set of silver coins of the Kingdom of Hawaii dated 1883, authorized to boost Hawaiian pride by giving the kingdom its own money. They were designed by Charles E. Barber, Chief Engraver of the United States Bureau of the Mint, and were struck at the San Francisco Mint. The issued coins are a dime (ten-cent piece), quarter dollar, half dollar, and dollar.
Gorgeous coins. I don't have any. I am a big fan of Barber's designs though.