The United States Mint 2022 American Women Quarters Ornaments will be available for purchase beginning on Friday, August 26 at noon EDT. Priced at $30.95 USD, available ornaments include:
- 2022 American Women Quarters Ornament – Maya Angelou (product code 22WO1)
- 2022 American Women Quarters Ornament – Dr. Sally Ride (product code 22WO2)
- 2022 American Women Quarters Ornament – Wilma Mankiller (product code 22WO3)
- 2022 American Women Quarters Ornament – Nina Otero-Warren (product code 22WO4)
- 2022 American Women Quarters Ornament – Anna May Wong (product code 22WO5)
Each ornament features the reverse of the honoree’s respective uncirculated quarter from the Philadelphia Mint and is exquisitely designed and hand-crafted in solid brass with a rhodium finish with intricate elements specific to each honoree. A matching ribbon is attached on top of each ornament for ease of display. The one-of-a-kind ornaments are protected by matching packaging with the honoree’s name and the year. The American Woman Quarters logo is embossed on the top of the box. Included in the box is a certificate of authenticity signed by Mint Director Ventris C. Gibson, along with a description of the ornament’s design elements and a brief biography of the honoree.
Sign up to receive “Remind Me” alerts for the American Women Quarters Ornaments at catalog.usmint.gov/american-women-quarters-ornaments. There are no production or mintage limits and no household order limits.
The ornaments may also be purchased through the Mint’s Product Enrollment Program. Enrollments work like a magazine subscription. Once you sign up, you will receive the next product released in the series and continue to receive products until you end your enrollment. Visit the enrollments page to learn more.
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