CLARA CAMPOAMOR (2022) SILVER COINID92927001
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8th March - International Women's Day - Tribute to Clara Campoamor
On the occasion of International Women's Day, and paying tribute to the lawyer and politician Clara Campoamor, the Royal Mint of Spain issues a new silver collector's coin dedicated to a woman who fought for equality, freedom and progress and for the right to women's suffrage.
The obverse features a portrait of His Majesty King Felipe VI.
The reverse shows an image of Clara Campoamor at a political meeting held on 5 April 1931 at the "Urumea" pelota court in San Sebastián (Kutxateka/Fondo Photo Carte/Ricardo Martín); to her left is the symbol of women and, in capital letters, the legends EQUALITY, FREEDOM and PROGRESS.
|Series||International Women's Day|
|Face Value (Euro)||10|
|Maximum Mintage (units)||7,000|
CLARA CAMPOAMOR (2022) SILVER COIN
Clara Campoamor was a Spanish politician, lawyer and writer who defended women's rights.
During the Second Spanish Republic, she created the Women's Republican Union, and was one of the main promoters of women's suffrage in Spain, which was included in the Constitution of 1931 and was exercised for the first time in the 1933 elections.
Because of the Civil War she had to flee Spain and died in exile in Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1972.