Wilma Mankiller Quarters Available in Rolls and Bags

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Rolls and bags of uncirculated 2022 Wilma Mankiller quarters launch today at noon ET, appearing as the third unique coin from the United States Mint’s American Women Quarters™ Program.

US Mint image 2022 P D S Wilma Mankiller quarter and rolls
U.S. Mint image of a 2022 Wilma Mankiller quarter and P, D, and S rolls of them
US Mint image 2022-P Wilma Mankiller quarter and bag
U.S. Mint image of a 2022-P Wilma Mankiller quarter and and a 100-coin bag of them

Made for collectors, uncirculated coins are produced with more care than regular coins struck for circulation. (Circulating Wilma Mankiller quarters started shipping last week to Federal Reserve locations for distribution into circulation.)

All carry the same reverse (tails side) design honoring Wilma Mankiller, the first female principal chief of the Cherokee Nation. While serving as principal chief, the nation saw enrollment triple and employment double. In addition, health and children’s programs were expanded. Mankiller was also a respected activist for Native American and women’s rights.

Wilma Mankiller Coin Designs and Specifications

The quarter’s reverse (tails side) was designed by Benjamin Sowards and sculpted by Phebe Hemphill. Sowards created the image to show the wind at Mankiller’s back while wrapped in a traditional shawl. To her left is the seven-pointed star of the Cherokee Nation.

Wilma Mankiller quarter - reverse
A larger image of the reverse or tails side of an uncirculated Wilma Mankiller quarter

Reverse inscriptions include UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM, QUARTER DOLLAR, WILMA MANKILLER, PRINCIPAL CHIEF, and the Name of the Cherokee Nation written in the Cherokee syllabary.

All coins of the four-year series share the same obverse (heads side) portrait of George Washington. This historical likeness of the first U.S. President was originally created many decades ago by Laura Gardin Fraser as a candidate for the 1932 quarter dollar celebrating the bicentennial of Washington’s birth.

American Women Quarter -obverse
Image of an obverse or heads side of an American Women Quarter. The design is common across the quarters in the four-year series.

Obverse inscriptions include LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST and 2022.

Quarter Specifications

Denomination: Quarter
Finish: Uncirculated
Composition: 8.33% nickel, balance copper
Weight: 5.670 grams
Diameter: 0.955 inch (24.26 mm)
Edge: Reeded
Mint and Mint Mark: Philadelphia – P
Denver – D
San Francisco – S
Privy Mark: None

 

Products and Pricing

Four options are available as part of this new quarter dollar release:

  • Wilma Mankiller 100-Coin Bag (P) for $40
  • Wilma Mankiller 100-Coin Bag (D) for $40
  • Wilma Mankiller 2-Roll Set (P&D) with 40 coins per roll for $36
  • Wilma Mankiller 3-Roll Set (P, D & S) with 40 coins per roll for $54

Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco Mints produced coins indicated by the P, D or S.

Ordering

Rolls and bags of Wilma Mankiller quarters may be ordered directly from the U.S. Mint’s online catalog of American Women Quarters.

U.S. Mint’s American Women Quarters™ Program

Congress authorized the American Women Quarters Program under Public Law 116-330. A total of twenty quarters will appear in the series over four years at a rate of five per year. Each will celebrate the accomplishments and contributions made by women to the development and history of the United States.

The 2022 honorees are:

  • Maya Angelou – noted author and poet
  • Dr. Sally Ride – physicist, astronaut, educator, and first American woman to soar into space
  • Wilma Mankiller – first woman elected principal chief of the Cherokee Nation and an activist for Native American and women’s rights
  • Nina Otero-Warren – a leader in New Mexico’s suffrage movement and the first female superintendent of Santa Fe public schools
  • Anna May Wong – first Chinese American film star in Hollywood, who left a legacy for women in the film industry

Maya Angelou quarters debuted on Feb. 7 and Dr. Sally Ride quarters launched on March 22. Quarters depicting Nina Otero-Warren and Anna May Wong will be issued later this year. (See images of all the 2022 quarters.)

In addition to these rolls and bags, the U.S. Mint earlier issued a proof set and a silver proof set containing this year’s quarters. Both sets sold out. Special ornaments holding each quarter are scheduled for release on Aug. 26.

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Mmk

Wonder how many are going to be available at 12 pm
probably no PDS ROLLS
perhaps a limited amount of PD ROLLS and bags , won’t be available for long ..

Major D

Yup. the 148 available of the PDS were gone in under 5 seconds. I wasn’t fast enough

Last edited 10 days ago by Major D
Antonio

Remind me at 12:30 p.m. EST.

Antonio

I have to admit that the AWQs are more popular than the Innovation Dollars.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Antonio,

I’m beginning to get the idea that AWQs are going to be the most popular, not least in regard to how sensationally they are selling, commemorative series of Quarters ever.

Last edited 3 days ago by Kaiser Wilhelm
Allan

Hello

Final posting. Via enrollment I got the AWQ 3 roll and both bag sets. Seems that CN is editing its user base, time to move on. 2021 was fun!

Kaiser Wilhelm

Allan,

I don’t think CoinNews is the “culprit” behind people vanishing from here. I believe that as I myself did they are simply making personal choices to vacate the premises.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Likewise, I also made my own decision to return. And so it goes.

Christopher Williams

I received shipping notification of my P,D,S enrollment.

Antonio

I never received a shipping notification for the W uncirculated ASE I ordered. It was just in my mail box the other day.

Christopher Williams

Interesting, Antonio. I also collect baseball, and the other day I received a shipping notification from Topps that my box had shipped; the funny thing is, two days earlier it was already in my mailbox.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Christopher and Antonio,
It appears the USPS, however surprisingly so, has cleaned up its act. Bravo!

Last edited 5 days ago by Kaiser Wilhelm