Nov. 28 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set

Beginning on November 28th, the United States Mint will make the limited-edition silver proof set available for purchase. Each coin has a proof polish that enables mirror-like backgrounds and frosted foregrounds, giving them a special cameo impression. The total weight of each coin is almost 2.5 troy ounces of pure silver, which is 99.9 percent.

A total of five 2023 American Women quarters are included in the set, and they feature the following:

In addition to becoming the first African American and the first Native American woman pilot, Bessie Coleman was also the first African American to acquire an international pilot's license. She was a pioneer, advocate, and pilot who achieved considerable success in the aviation industry.

Native Hawaiian composer, chanter, kumu hula performer, and cultural icon Edith Kanaka'ole was born and raised in Hawaii.

Eleanor Roosevelt was a leader, reformer, campaigner for civil freedoms and human rights, and author. She was also the first lady of the United States.

Mexican-American journalist, activist, educator, and suffragist Jovita Idar was a member of the Idar family.

A Native American dancer who shattered barriers as a dancer and a Native American, Maria Tallchief was the first major prima ballerina to be performed in the United States. She displayed courage and resilience both on stage and off.

A silver proof coin of the American Eagle weighing one ounce, a silver Kennedy half dollar, and a silver Roosevelt dime are also included in the collection. A "S" mintmark is affixed to each piece, which indicates that it was produced in the San Francisco Mint.

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