2011 5 oz Silver ATB Olympic Coins PCGS SP69 - Silver.com™
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2011 5 oz Silver ATB Olympic Coins PCGS SP69

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Named for the peninsula that it encompasses along the northwest coast of the United States, Olympic National Park is one of the oldest national preserves in the country. The land was first set aside for protection in February 1897, and was later established as a federally-protected site during the administrations of both President Theodore Roosevelt and President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Right now, near-perfect 2011 5 oz Burnished Silver ATB Olympic Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Ships to you in an individual plastic slab courtesy of the PCGS!
  • Eighth design from the Silver ATB Series and the third release of 2011!
  • Mintages are limited!
  • Availability of certified coins is limited!
  • Consists of Five Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
  • Bears a face value of $.25 (USD) backed by the federal government.
  • Issued a Grade of SP69 by the Professional Coin Grading Service.
  • The obverse bears a portrait of President Washington.
  • On the reverse, a Roosevelt elk stands near a river leading toward Mount Olympus in the distance.
  • Issued on behalf of Washington state in the ATB Series.
  • Commemorates Olympic National Park.
  • Comes with a “P” mint mark from the Philadelphia Mint.

Each of the 2011 5 oz Burnished Silver ATB Olympic Coins available in this listing have near-perfect certifications from the PCGS. Coins with the unique SP69 grade exhibit full, original mint luster and have a maximum of two minor detracting flaws. Acceptable flaws at this grade level include only minuscule contact marks or hairlines. Additionally, those flaws must be located outside of the primary focal points of the coin.

Olympic National Park was first established under federal protection in 1909 during the administration of President Theodore Roosevelt. He designated the park as Mount Olympus National Monument in March of that year. In June 1938, Congress and President Franklin D. Roosevelt made the site a National Park.

The obverse of all 2011 5 oz Burnished Silver ATB Olympic Coins comes with a depiction of President George Washington. The first-ever President of the United States, Washington is shown here in a modernized depiction of the 1932 Quarter design that first saw President Washington appear on national coinage.

On the reverse side of 2011 Burnished Silver ATB Olympic Coins is an image of the wilderness within Olympic National Park. The scene that plays out in front of you is one that includes a Roosevelt elk standing near the banks of a river that runs off into the distance toward the peak of Mount Olympus.

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Weight 5.00000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Grade: SP69

Grader: PCGS

Year: 2011

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Purity: .999

Manufacturer: US Mint

Thickness: 4.064 mm

Diameter: 76.2 mm

Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated

Face Value: $0.25

Issuing Country: United States

Obverse Designer: John Flanagan

Reverse Designer: Susan Gamble

Edge Design: Lettered

Packaging Type: PCGS Plastic Slab

Weight: 5 Troy Ounces

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