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One of the first releases of the 2011 America the Beautiful series of coins is the 5 oz ATB Glacier National Park silver coin. Following in line with 2010’s series, the 2011 series of ATB coins also celebrates the array of National Parks found across the United States. With a purity of 99.9% silver, this coin and all others in the series are among the purest on the market today. Investors who want to get their hands on this coin will do best to act quickly because just over 125,000 coins were minted for 2011.
- Second release of 2011, and just the 7th overall coin in the America the Beautiful Series from the United States Mint.
- Ships in an individual plastic flip, mint tube of 10, or Monster Box of 100 coins.
- Consists of five troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- Bears a face value of $.25 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- Represents the state of Montana in the ATB Silver Coin Series.
- Celebrates Glacier National Park.
- Produced in either bullion or proof versions.
The US Mint has been in business for well over 200 years and has gained a great reputation along the way. First tasked with producing the coinage of the newly formed United States, the US Mint has since evolved into a mint that provides for the coinage of numerous countries around the world. Of all the coin series created by the US Mint, few are more popular than the America the Beautiful series of coins. Following closely in line with 2010’s release, 2011’s series also celebrate the many National Parks of the United States.
First established in the late 1800s, the US National Park System was the product of US citizens moving westward. As people moved away from the cities that line the East Coast, they discovered more and more of the natural beauty found in the otherwise unexplored parts of the United States. As this beauty was uncovered, President Theodore Roosevelt felt the need to both preserve and celebrate it; this happened through the creation of the National Park System. Of all the many National Parks, few are more well-known than Glacier National Park.
The obverse side of the 5 oz ATB Glacier National Park silver coin has imagery that perfectly celebrates all that Glacier National Park has to offer. The focal point of the obverse’s image is a Mountain Goat perched on some rocks. The Mountain Goat is the official symbol of Glacier National Park, mostly because they roam the park freely and are admired by the millions of tourists who visit the park annually. In the background you can see the rugged landscape that makes up much of the park, and the imagery allows you to really feel how rough the landscape is.
The reverse side of the 5 oz ATB Glacier National Park coin looks identical to the reverse side of a US quarter. Even down to the inscriptions and $0.25 face value, the reverse side of all ATB coins are made to exactly replicate that of a US quarter.
If any questions arise regarding this or any of our other America the Beautiful products, contact customer service toll-free at 1-888-989-7223. There also exists live chat and email options for speaking with customer service representatives.