5 Ounce Silver Shotgun Shells are among the newest silver bullet products available today. Silver bullets and shells have gained notoriety as being some of the most interesting silver bullion products ever manufactured.
One of the most celebrated designs in numismatics is lending value to the 5 troy ounce pure silver bar! Shown on the front of the bar is the Morgan Silver Dollar obverse design, which was first minted in 1878. Invest in something shiny and historic today!
The 2011 5 Oz ATB Olympic National Park Coin honors the Olympic National Park in Washington State.
The reverse side of the coin is a true depiction of the real-life majesty of the National Park. It features the wide western expanses with an elk walking on a gravel river bar and the famous Mt olympus in the background. The obverse side of the coin contains a portrait of George Washington. The fineness and weight of each Olympic National Park Silver coin is incused on its edge.
The 2011 Chickasaw National Recreation Area Park is the tenth coin in the second ATB quarter program and the final design released in 2011 by the US Mint. The coins come with a legal tender value of 25 cents and contain 5 Troy Ounces of .999 Fine Silver.
The coin's reverse features the Lincoln Bridge, a popular scenic spot inside the Chickasaw National park along with the surrounding recreational area.The minting year and E PLURIBUS UNUM are also inscribed on the reverse. The obverse of the coin contains a portrait of George Washington, the first President of the United States.
Comprising 5 oz of .999 fine Silver, the 2011 5 Oz ATB Glacier National Park honors the famous Glacier National Park located in Montana. This National Park encompasses over one million acres and is world renowned for its glaciers and majestic landscapes.
This 5-oz. Australian Silver Lunar Horse coin is large enough to accentuate the fine details of the beautiful horses it features. As an investment, it offers lower premiums over spot than smaller coins of the Lunar series and is perfect for diversifying a precious metals portfolio.
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.
Patterned after the $2.50 & $5.00 Indian Head Gold Coin Minted from 1908 to 1929, the GMRGold.com is proud to offer mint fresh 5 troy ounces .999 Fine Silver rounds. With uncertain economic times and silver prices on the rise, multiple denominations of bullion are highly desired and ideal for trade.
Silver bullion rounds are the perfect way to buy silver. They are easily bought, sold, stacked, stored and counted. We offer mint fresh beautifully struck, .999 Fine Silver rounds. They are hallmark stamped with their exact weight and purity. The GMRGold.com is internationally recognized by all silver bullion and coin dealers, making our rounds ideal for first time buyers and seasoned investors alike.
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.
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