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Nina Otero-Warren American Women Quarter Bags & Rolls Sales Begin August 16th

The United States Mint is set to begin sales of the Nina Otero-Warren American Women Quarter Program Quarter next week. Sales will begin on August 16th at Noon Eastern, 9:00 AM Pacific. Although sales officially begin on the 16th, none of the products are expected to be available on release day. The Mint previously reported, and indicates on the product pages for the bags and rolls, that all of the production has been sold through and accounted for by the Enrollment Program for the series.

Like the previous releases in the series, the Nina Otero-Warren Quarter will be available in 100-coin bags or roll sets. Here are all the links to the various products that will be available.

  • 100-Coin Bag (Philadelphia) – $40.00
  • 100-Coin Bag (Denver) – $40.00
  • 2-Roll 40-Coin Set (Philadelphia, Denver) – $36.00
  • 3-Roll 40-Coin Set (Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco) – $54.00
2022 American Women Quarter Nina Otero Warren Reverse
Nina Otero-Warren Reverse

Nina Otero-Warren is featured on the fourth coin released in this program. She was a trailblazing advocate who exhibited courage and an exceptional ability to advocate for women, children, and Native American communities. The term “advocate” aptly describes Otero-Warren’s character. Her greatest strengths were her ability to convince predominantly male power brokers to support changes in favor of New Mexican women; advocate for passage of the 19th Amendment; and advocate for children by challenging the Native American boarding school standards.

United States Mint

The release of the Otero-Warren Quarter is the fourth in the five scheduled releases for 2022. The final coin of this year, honoring Anna May Wong, will be released in October. The series, honoring American women and their impact on the country, is a new program that is aimed to run from 2022 to 2025. Each year, five women will be honored in the Reverse designs of the Washington Quarter.

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