I got this today in change. Sans eyeglasses, I thought “something is missing from this reverse. Got home and figured it out. I’m not a big fan of modern coinage, but this one intrigues me. I think I’ll save them for a while. As a side note: remember when you had to be very well known to be on a U.S. coin? I consider myself extremely well read, and I had never heard of this woman. I’m not saying she is undeserving. She just isn’t a front runner IMO. If I list my top 500 historical women, she would be absent; possibly due to my ignorance.