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2022 Nina Otero-Warren Quarter - San Francisco - NGC 67

2022 Nina Otero-Warren Quarter-San Francisco-NGC 67

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One of the Rarest Quarters in Decades: 2022's San Francisco Nina Otero-Warren in NGC MS67

2022 saw the debut of the newest quarter series from the U.S. Mint: The American Women Quarter Series. This new program will run from 2022 to 2025, and each coin will honor the incredible accomplishments and contributions made by women in the United States of America's history.

The first three uncirculated coins from the San Francisco Mint in this new Women’s Quarter Series, the Maya Angelou, Sally Ride, and Wilma Mankiller have been some of the most sought after quarters in history!

We have the newest edition in the series from the San Francisco Mint: 2022's Nina Otero-Warren.

But that is not all! Our coins have been certified by NGC as being in stunning MS67 condition -- for more than $30 less.

A Woman Unlike Any Other: Nina Otero-Warren

Nina Otero-Warren was a famous suffragette, educator, and politician who created an expansive legacy through civil service and her work in education, politics, and public health. She was the first ever female government official in New Mexico when she served as the Santa Fe Superintendent from 1917 to 1929 and was also the first woman of Latin-American descent to run for Congress in U.S. history in 1922.

Not only do these new quarters feature the fourth woman in U.S. Mint history to grace the quarter, but they have also brought back the fan-favorite George Washington bust design produced by Laura Gardin Fraser. Her design was originally considered for the original 1932 Washington Quarter, before they switched to the now iconic John Flannigan rendition – but her bust of Washington would still become a favorite among collectors after it was used on the special 200th Anniversary $5 gold coin.

Each San Francisco Mint Uncirculated Quarter has been graded by NGC as being in certified MS67 condition.

One of Rarest Uncirculated San Francisco Quarters Ever Made

The San Francisco Mint has produced very few uncirculated quarters when you compare their mintages to the Philadelphia or Denver Mint issues – and these new 2022 Women's Quarter Series quarters now feature the four rarest in U.S. Mint history.

These special San Francisco uncirculated Quarters were only available directly from the Mint in three-roll P/D/S Sets – and they only produced 7,572 of the Maya Angelou, 7,558 of the Sally Ride, 7,575 of the Wilma Mankiller, and just 7,565 Nina Otero-Warren three-roll collections.

That means that just 302,600 of these Nina Otero-Warren Uncirculated San Francisco Mint Quarters exist!

Before this, the top spot for San Francisco Quarters was held by the 1932-S coin that had a total mintage of just 408,000.

That’s right, these rare Quarters have a mintage of more than 105,400 fewer coins.

A Truly Rare U.S. Mint Release in NGC Certified MS67 Condition

So far, the population numbers for the Wilma Mankiller San Francisco uncirculated quarters in NGC Certified MS67 condition have not yet been released -- but the Maya Angelou and the Sally Ride coins that came before have certainly showed a trend.

As of today (9/9/2022) NGC has certified just 3,059 of the Sally Ride, 2,864 of the Maya Angelou, and 2,764 Wilma Mankiller San Francisco Mint Quarters in MS67 or better condition.

That means that on average, only 1 in every 100 of these San Francisco Mint Women's Quarter Series coins will be in stunning MS67 condition -- making it a true collecting rarity.

They came out recently but so far, only 146 are known in MS67 or better from the San Francisco Mint with the Nina Otero-Warren design.

But Hurry! Coins this rare typically disappear fast -- don't miss your chance.

Grab yours today before they are gone!

Each coin will arrive certified by NGC as being in MS67 condition and from the San Francisco Mint.

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