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2016 5 oz Theodore Roosevelt National Park ATB Silver Coins NGC MS69 DPL ER

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Theodore Roosevelt was one of the nation’s most important presidents, leading a boom in America’s global profile with the increase in and departure of his Great White Fleet on a worldwide sailing. He was also known as a staunch conservationist, and land in North Dakota bears his name today as a result. The 2016 5 oz Silver ATB Theodore Roosevelt National Park Coin is available today at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Ships to you in a protective plastic slab.
  • Fourth release of 2016 and 34th of the ATB Series.
  • Consists of Five Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
  • Issued a face value of $.25 (USD) by the United States.
  • Created by the US Mint.
  • Bears a grade of Mint State 69 from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
  • Deeply-mirrored, proof-like finish.
  • One of the Early Release issues.
  • Reverse features Teddy Roosevelt on horseback in North Dakota.
  • Obverse includes the image of George Washington.

Roosevelt was perhaps one of America’s most active presidents, traveling the world as a big game hunter and gaining an appreciation of the wild environments of the world. One of his favorite places to go was the state of North Dakota. Here, Roosevelt not only hunted wild game such as bison, but also built himself a ranch.

Today, that ranch and much more land in the state is part of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Covering three separate partitions of land in central and northern North Dakota, Theodore Roosevelt National Park stands as a testament to his efforts to establish protected lands throughout the United States.

On the reverse of the 2016 5 oz Silver ATB Theodore Roosevelt National Park Coin you’ll find the image of Roosevelt on horseback as he looks out over the Little Missouri River in North Dakota, surveying the lands in front of him.

The obverse of the coin includes the left-profile portrait of President George Washington. His effigy was placed on the obverse of the nation’s 25-cent piece in 1932 as part of the bicentennial celebration of his birthday. It has remained on the obverse of the quarter since that time, making it the longest running US coin design.

Each 2016 5 oz Silver ATB Theodore Roosevelt National Park coin in this listing from Silver.com has a near-perfect MS69 grade from the NGC. Coins in this condition still have full, original mint luster, but also feature a maximum of two minor detracting flaws on the coin’s surface.

Deeply-mirrored, proof-like coins have proof qualities despite their bullion striking. This is highlighted by the proof, matte-like finish of the background fields and the presence of some deeply-mirrored visuals on the design sets.

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Brand: US Mint

Year: 2016

Grade: NGC MS69 DPL

Mint: US Mint

Silver Content: 5 Troy Ounces

Thickness: 4.06 mm

Diameter: 76.2 mm

Purity: .999 Fine Silver

Face Value: $0.25 USD

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Lowest Price: $138.85

Condition: New

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