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The 3rd release of 2010’s America the Beautiful coin series is the 5 oz ATB Yosemite silver coin. 2010 was the first year the ATB series was set into motion, and the theme of the inaugural release is the natural beauty and wonder of the United States. Complete with lifelike depictions of the countless natural wonders that are found all over this country, these coins are just as attractive as they are valuable. With 99.9% purity, these silver coins are among the purest on the market today, as indicated by their extreme popularity.
- Third overall coin released in the America the Beautiful silver coin program.
- Ships to you in either an individual plastic flip, sealed mint tube of 10, or Monster Box of 100 coins courtesy of the United States Mint.
- Consists of five troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- Issued a face value of $.25 (USD) by the United States government.
- Represents the state of California.
- Celebrates Yosemite National Park.
- Struck in both bullion and proof versions.
The US Mint has been in continuous operation for well over 200 years and, during that time, has risen to become one of the most prestigious mints in the world. Their products are regularly known for their attention to detail and high purities, and the America the Beautiful series is no different. Every year plays host to a new release, and with each new release comes an entirely different theme. For the inaugural 2010 edition, America’s vast and beautiful National Parks are celebrated.
During the late 19th century, as Americans began more readily populating the Western expanses of North America, there arose a need to both preserve and celebrate the natural beauty of the American landscape. Recognizing this need was Theodore Roosevelt who, during his time in office, set the National Park System into motion. Before long, National Parks were popping up all over the country.
Founded in 1890, Yosemite National Park, located in central California, was one of the first National Parks to be sanctioned. The park itself is more than 750,000 acres and is located in at least part of three different Californian counties (Tuolumne, Mariposa, and Madera). What is most intriguing about this particular National Park is the rugged terrain that changes in the blink of an eye. From pleasant, sparsely populated forests to sharp mountain peaks, Yosemite has it all.
The obverse side of the 5 oz ATB Yosemite silver coin features lifelike imagery and beautifully depicts the expansiveness of the Yosemite National Park. The obverse’s image features a downed tree and serene lake in the foreground, while an imposing sheer cliff face dominates the background. The rock wall is so detailed that you can easily identify each and every minor imperfection. Inscribed on the obverse are the words “Yosemite”, “California”, and “E Pluribus Unum.” The 2010 year of production is also located on the coin’s obverse.
As is the case with every America the Beautiful series coin, the reverse side is modeled to look identical to a US quarter. Down to the $0.25 face value, the coin’s design is unmistakable. If you have any questions or concerns about these or any of our other products, we urge you get in touch with customer service toll-free at 1-888-989-7223. If talking on the phone isn’t your thing, you can also talk to customer service via live chat and/or email.