2022-S Nina Otero-Warren Quarter Silver Proof PR-70 PCGS (AR)

2022-S Nina Otero-Warren Quarter Silver Proof PR-70 PCGS (AR)

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The fourth quarter of the American Women Quarter Program, this coin commemorates and honors Nina Otero-Warren. A leader of the suffrage movement in New Mexico, she also became the first superintendent of Santa Fe schools.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains .199 oz of silver.
  • PCGS encapsulation guarantees and authenticates the condition of this coin.
  • The Advanced Release designation certifies that these were distributed before the official launch of the product.
  • Obverse: Depicts a portrait of George Washington, originally composed and sculpted by Laura Gardin Fraser to mark Washington’s 200th birthday.
  • Reverse: Depicts Nina Otero-Warren seated on the left with New Mexico's state flower, the Yucca flower.
  • Coins minted in San Francisco feature the "S" mint mark.

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American Women Quarters
The American Women Quarters Program is a four-year program that celebrates the accomplishments and contributions made by women to the development and history of our country. Beginning in 2022 and continuing through 2025, the U.S. Mint will issue up to five new reverse designs each year. The obverse of each coin will maintain a likeness of George Washington that is different from the design used during the previous quarter program.

Nina Otero-Warren
Adelina Otero-Warren, the first Hispanic woman to run for U.S. Congress and the first female superintendent of public schools in Santa Fe, was a leader in New Mexico’s woman’s suffrage movement. She emphasized the necessity of Spanish in the suffrage fight to reach Hispanic women and spearheaded the lobbying effort to ratify the 19th Amendment in New Mexico. She strove to improve education for all New Mexicans, working especially to advance bicultural education and to preserve cultural practices among the state’s Hispanic and Native American communities.

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