2007 Wyoming State Quarters

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2007 Wyoming State Quarters
Available in Brilliant Uncirculated and Mint State Condition P and D Mints.
Satin Finish P and D Mints
GEM Clad and Silver Proofs
Packaged in 2 by 2 Archival Flip
44th State Quarter Issued by U.S. Mint

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Description

2007 Wyoming State Quarters
Obverse Side
The obverse will continue to bear the familiar restored 1932 John Flannagan image of George Washington.
Reverse Side
The reverse side of Wyoming’s quarter features a bucking horse and rider with the inscriptions The Equality State, Wyoming and 1890. The bucking horse and rider symbolize Wyoming’s Wild West heritage. Buffalo Bill Cody personified this in his traveling Wild West show. First settled by fur trappers, Fort Laramie, Wyoming, later became a popular destination for pioneers traveling the Oregon Trail. Wyoming was nicknamed the “Equality State” because of its historical role in establishing equal voting rights for women. Wyoming was the first territory to grant “female suffrage” and became the first state in the Nation to allow women to vote, serve on juries and hold public office. In 1924, Nellie Tayloe Ross became the first woman elected Governor of Wyoming. In 1933, Ross became the first woman appointed as the Director of the United States Mint.


Additional information

Type Quarter

BU, Satin Finish, Proof

Mint Mark

P Mint BU, D Mint BU, P & D Mint BU, P Mint Satin Finish, D Mint Satin Finish, P & D Mint Satin Finish, S Mint Clad Proof, S Mint Silver Proof