Authorized by the Circulating Collectible Coin Redesign Act of 2020 (Public Law 116-330), the American Women Quarters Program is a four-year series that celebrates the accomplishments made by a diverse group of American women from a wide range of fields to the development and history of the United States. Each year, from 2022 through 2025, up to five new quarters will be issued with a new reverse design featuring an image of the particular woman being honored with that coin.
The obverse features a different profile of George Washington than the portrait designed by John Flanagan that appeared on the quarter from 1932 to 2021. Instead, the obverse features a right-facing portrait of Washington created by renowned sculptor Laura Gardin Fraser.
American Women Quarter Notes:
- American Women Quarters issued for circulation are struck at both the Philadelphia and Denver Mint facilities, while coins issued by the San Francisco Mint struck in circulation quality are sold to collectors in 3-roll sets containing one roll from each mint.
- The 2022-S Maya Angelou is the lowest-minted American Women Quarter with a mintage of 303,520.
- The highest-minted American Women Quarter is the 2023-P Edith Kanaka’ole Quarter with a mintage of 372,800,000.
- As of 2023, the Philadelphia and Denver Mints have struck nearly 5 billion American Women Quarters for circulation.
2022 American Women Quarter Mintages:
|Dr. Sally Ride||275,200,000||278,000,000||304,120||553,504,120|
|Anna May Wong||226,800,000||240,800,000||304,680||467,904,680|
2023 American Women Quarter Mintages: