2010 5 oz Silver ATB Grand Canyon Coins MS69 - Silver.com™
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2010 5 oz Silver ATB Grand Canyon Coins MS69 (Varied Label, PCGS or NGC)

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If you’re missing the Arizona coin from your America the Beautiful collection, you’re out a beautiful depiction of American history. The 2010 5 oz Silver ATB Grand Canyon Coin was the fourth coin issued in the collectible series and is a must-have for anyone displaying ATB coins, Arizona coins or coins related to the Grand Canyon.

  • Coin ships in plastic slab for protection and has NGC or PCGS labels!
  • Fourth coin in the America the Beautiful series and was issued in 2010!
  • Availability of certified coins is limited!
  • Consists of five Troy oz of .999 fine ­silver.
  • Face value of the coin is $0.25, and that is backed by the federal government.
  • Has an MS69 grade from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or Professional Coin Grading Service.
  • Obverse image is John Flanagan’s George Washington portrait.
  • Reverse side is Phebe Hemphill’s design featuring historic granaries at the Grand Canyon.
  • Please be aware you may receive coins with matching labels from the same grading house if you buy multiples.

The iconic John Flanagan portrait of Washington is featured on the obverse of this coin, as it is on all quarters in the America the Beautiful series and almost all quarters in general. The portrait was created by Flanagan for the 1932 Washington quarter and has been used ever since. The obverse also includes the standard quarter inscriptions, including the country, face value amount and the phrases Liberty and In God We Trust.

The reverse of this 2010 Silver ATB Grand Canyon Coin is stunning in its detail. Phebe Hemphill’s design for the Arizona entry into the ATB series includes an image of the granaries at the Grand Canyon. These granaries are prehistoric structures that were used by peoples thousands of years ago to store seeds and other food items.

We ship your coin in a transparent plastic slab for protection during shipping and a convenient storage option. The slab will include labels from NGC or PCGS noting the MS69 certification. However, we can’t guarantee labels from a certain grading house because this is a varied listing. We pull from available inventory when payment for each order clears.

Claim your 2010 5 oz Silver ATB Grand Canyon Coin today by making a purchase at Silver.com. These limited-run coins can be difficult to find in this condition, so order now or call us at 1-888-989-7223 with any questions about silver for sale. Our reps also provide assistance via chat or email, so you can reach out via those methods too.

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Weight 5.00000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Year: 2010

Grade: MS69

Grader: PCGS or NGC

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Purity: .999

Manufacturer: US Mint

Thickness: 4.064 mm

Diameter: 76.2 mm

Condition: Uncirculated

Face Value: $0.25

Issuing Country: United States

Obverse Designer: John Flanagan

Edge Design: Lettered

Packaging Type: Plastic Grading Slab

Weight: 5 Troy Ounces

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