Lowell National Historical Park was established in 1978 and comprises a group of different sites in and around the city of Lowell, Massachusetts. All of the structures and sites preserved within the park pay homage to the area’s role in the textile manufacturing industry during the Industrial Revolution. The site was selected to represent the state in the 2019 ATB Series. Right now, you have the opportunity to purchase 2019-P 5 oz Burnished ATB Silver Lowell National Historical Park Coins online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship inside of protective US Mint boxes with an included Certificate of Authenticity!
- First coin from the 2019 ATB issue and 46th overall in the ATB Series!
- Mintage of burnished ATB coins is limited!
- Consists of Five Troy ounces of .999 fine silver.
- Bears a face value of $.25 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- On the obverse is a depiction of President Washington.
- The reverse includes the image of a woman working a power loom with Boott Mill clock tower visible in the background.
- Issued for Massachusetts in the ATB series.
- Celebrates Lowell National Historical Park.
- “P” mint marks from the Philadelphia Mint.
Each of the individual 2019-P 5 oz Burnished ATB Silver Lowell National Historical Park Coins available to you in this product listing is available to you with a United States Mint commemorative display box. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity as well.
The Burnished ATB coins from the United States Mint have a distinct visual appeal. Burnished coins in the ATB Series are vapor-blasted after minting for a finish that is matte in appearance and rougher compared to the shinier finish of the bullion coins. Another unique facet of the Burnished ATB coins is the use of mint marks, in this case, the “P” mark of the Philadelphia Mint.
On the reverse of 2019-P 5 oz Burnished ATB Silver Lowell National Historical Park Coins is the image of a woman working on a power loom in a textile mill. Lowell, Massachusetts was one of the centers of textile production during the Industrial Revolution in the United States. Visible in the background out one of the windows is Boott Mill clock tower.
Boott Mills was part of an extensive collection of cotton mills in Lowell, Massachusetts that were built in 1835 alongside the power canal system that helped power the cotton town. The tower and its mills were named for Kirk Boott, founder of the cotton mills in Lowell.
The obverse of 2019 5 oz Burnished ATB Silver Coins features the left-profile portrait of President George Washington. The nation’s first elected president, Washington has featured on the obverse of US quarters since 1932 when this portrait was placed there in honor of his 200th birthday.
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