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The American Women Quarters honor a diverse group of notable American women who made significant contributions in a variety of fields, including suffrage, civil rights, abolition, government, humanities, science, space, and the arts. The women honored are fromethnically, racially, and geographically diverse backgrounds.
Jovita Idar wrote in-depth articles exposing the injustices and violence that affected women and Mexican-Americans. She founded multiple organizations to foster education and assistance for children as well as empowering women to learn, participate and stand against the injustices.
This American Women Quarters Two-Roll Set – Jovita Idar contains single rolls of 40 coins, for a total of 80 coins in each set. They are struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints.
The reverse (tails) of the coin) features a depiction of Jovita Idar with her hands clasped. Within her body are inscriptions representing some of her greatest accomplishments and the newspapers for which she wrote.
The text includes the inscriptions “MEXICAN AMERICAN RIGHTS,” “TEACHER,” “JOVITA IDAR,” “NURSE,” “EVOLUCIÓN,” “ASTREA,” “EL HERALDO CRISTIANO,” “LA CRUZ BLANCA,” “JOURNALIST,” “LA CRÓNICA,” “EL PROGRESO,” and “LA LIGA FEMENIL MEXICANISTA,” as well as “QUARTER DOLLAR,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.”
The common obverse (heads) depicts a portrait of George Washington. This design was originally composed and sculpted by Laura Gardin Fraser as a candidate entry for the 1932 quarter, which honored the bicentennial of George Washington’s birth. Inscriptions are “LIBERTY,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and “2023.”
Honor the courage and accomplishments of women who have created positive change by starting or adding to your collection of the new American Women Quarters today!
Please Note: United States Mint coins are rolled by an automated machine process and not by hand. We cannot guarantee that the obverse or reverse side of a coin will be at either end of a coin roll.