2024 Colorized Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray U.S. Women Quarter


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Get the first 2024 U.S. Women Quarters Series and 11th in the series vividly colorized by Littleton's artists!

  • Struck for a limited time, the quarter honors a brilliant legal mind whose quiet, yet trailblazing achievements are finally receiving long overdue public recognition
  • Murray was first in her law school class at Howard College (now university) and the only woman
  • First African American deputy attorney general in California
  • States Laws on Race and Color, Murray's 776-page compilation on segregation called “the bible” of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Cofounder of the National Organization for Women
  • First African American to earn a Yale University Law School doctorate to teach law
  • First African-American woman ordained an Episcopal priest
  • Designed by Emily Damstra of the U.S. Mint's Artistic Infusion Program and sculpted by Medallic Artist Joseph Menna, uses a phrase from Murray's poem Dark Testament: a song in a weary throat
  • Designed by Emily Damstra of the U.S. Mint’s Artistic Infusion Program and sculpted by Chief Engraver Joseph Menna
  • Vibrantly enhanced in full color by Littleton artists

Add this commemorative quarter about the trailblazing African-American civil rights lawyer, professor, poet and priest, Pauli Murray, to your collection or give as a present to a young collector today!