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United States Mint Proof Sets

United States Mint Proof Sets are a great addition to any collection and make wonderful starter sets for new collectors. A Proof Set is a complete set of proof coins of each denomination made in a year. Proof coins are struck in sharp relief with mirror-like backgrounds and frosted, sculpted foregrounds, giving them a special cameo effect. They’re collector’s pieces in their own right.

In addition to proof versions of the Native American $1 Coin, Kennedy half dollar, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel, and Lincoln Penny, these sets also include proof versions of each year’s releases under the American Women QuartersTM Program starting with the 2022 Proof Set and the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program for previous year’s proof sets.

Start building your collection from each year’s set and see our assortment of Silver Proof Sets for the stunning companion pieces!

American Women Quarters Program

The pioneering American women celebrated on the quarters are listed below in the order the quarters will be released.


  • Maya Angelou – celebrated writer, performer, and social activist
  • Dr. Sally Ride – physicist, astronaut, educator, and first American woman in space
  • Wilma Mankiller – first woman elected principal chief of the Cherokee Nation
  • Nina Otero-Warren – suffrage leader and the first woman superintendent of Santa Fe public schools
  • Anna May Wong – first Chinese American film star in Hollywood


  • Bessie Coleman – first African American and first Native American woman licensed pilot
  • Edith Kanakaʻole – indigenous Hawaiian composer, custodian of native culture and traditions
  • Eleanor Roosevelt – leader, reformer, first lady, and author
  • Jovita Idar – Mexican-American journalist, activist, teacher, and suffragist
  • Maria Tallchief – America’s first prima ballerina


  • Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray – poet, writer, activist, lawyer, and Episcopal priest
  • Patsy Takemoto Mink – first woman of color to serve in Congress
  • Dr. Mary Edwards Walker – Civil War era surgeon, women’s rights and dress reform advocate
  • Celia Cruz – Cuban-American singer, cultural icon, and one of the most popular Latin artists of the 20th century
  • Zitkala-Ša – writer, composer, educator, and political activist


  • Ida B. Wells – investigative journalist, suffragist, and civil rights activist
  • Juliette Gordon Low – founder of Girl Scouts of the United States of America
  • Dr. Vera Rubin – astronomer who pioneered work on galaxy rotation
  • Stacey Park Milbern – activist for people with disabilities
  • Althea Gibson – multi-sport athlete and first Black athlete to break the color barrier at the highest level in tennis