Wyoming Quarter Pendant ($20-$65)
Wyoming state quarter pendant.
We add a patina on the coin to create contrast so the image pops out.
For the nickel-plated copper coins, we apply at least 2 coats of a jewelry-grade clear coating.
Pendant comes on a stainless-steel, double jump-ring and on a stainless-steel ballchain.
Nickel-Plated Copper (clear-coated)
or 90% Silver.
or Domed (domed available in Nickel-Plated Copper only)
Can also be turned into a keychain (same as a pendant but with a larger jump ring to attach to your keys) or placeholder/memento (same as domed pendant but no hole drilled for the jump ring;
piece is solid).
Coin Composition: 91.67% Copper, 8.33% Nickel (clad)
OR Opt for the Silver Edition: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
Minted in 2007, the Wyoming state quarter features a bucking horse and rider with the inscriptions "The Equality State" .
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 recognize the right women had 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.