Part of a multi-year initiative to honor 56 national parks, and other national sites in each state, D.C., and U.S. territories: the America the Beautiful Quarters Program adds a unique investment opportunity for collectors.
The 5 oz Perry's Victory and Peace Park Silver bullion is the seventeenth coin of America the Beautiful Quarter Coin program. The coin commemorates the victory of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry over British Forces in the War of 1812. A memorial dedicated to the same memory stands tall in the state of Ohio.
The Battle of Gettysburg was a major victory for Union forces during the Civil War. This 5-oz. Gettysburg coin is a part of U.S. Mint’s America the Beautiful 5 oz. National Parks quarters featuring National Parks and National Sites in America and its territories.
The 2010 ATB Mt Hood National Park Silver coin is struck in 5 troy ounces of .999 fine silver and celebrates the famous Mount Hood National Park in Oregon. This National Park is spread in an area of over one million acres and attracts tourists from all over the world.
The reverse side of the coin illustrates a scene of Lost Lake and Mount Hood while the obverse bears the 1932 portrait of George Washington. The weight and fineness of each coin is incused on its edge.
The 2012 ATB El Yunque NP Silver Bullion coin commemorates the Yunque National Forest of Puerto Rico which is the only tropical rainforest in the US National Parks system.
The reverse design of each Yunque NP coin depicts a Coqui tree frog and the endangered Puerto Rican parrot amid tropical foliage. It also includes 'EL YUNQUE', 'PUERTO RICO', '2012' and 'E PLURIBUS UNUM' as inscriptions. The obverse side of each coin showcases a John Flanagan's portrait of George Washington.
The 2010 Hot Springs National Park Coins are struck in 5 troy ounces of .999 fine silver and honor the Hot springs National Park, Arkansas - one of the oldest federal reserves of the United States.
The reverse side of the coin illustrates the ornate door of the park's headquarters and a thermal fountain in front of it (representative of the hot spring water). The obverse contains the famous John Flanagan's portrait of President George Washington.
The limited mintage and superior quality of the coins attracts considerable attention from collectors and investors.
The 2012 Chaco Culture National Historical Park Silver ATB Coins honor the Chaco Culture National Historical Park, New Mexico and mark the 12th release in the ATB 5 Oz Coin program.
Chaco Canyon is the cultural hotbed of the ancestral Pueblo People and is world renowned for its architecture. It was established as a national site in 1907.
The reverse side of the coin contains a beautiful view of two elevated kivas (subterranean, multi-storeyed structures). The obverse contains a portrait of George Washington
The Great Basin National Park 5 oz silver bullion coin is the 18th coin under the America the Beautiful or ATB Quarter bullion coin program. The Great Basin National Park 5 oz silver bullion is a homage to ancient bristlecone pines found in the mountainous and rocky regions. The Bristlecone Pine is one of the three species protected by the U.S Government.
The 2014 Arches National Park 5 ounce silver coin is 23rd in the America the Beautiful Quarters program. The Arches National Park is famous for its contrasting landscapes and more than 2000 stone arches. The most famous of all these arches is the Delicate Arch and is featured on the coin as well.
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