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The America the Beautiful coin series builds upon the success of the popular state quarters program launched by the United States Mint in 1999. Considered a predecessor to the America the Beautiful quarter series, the state quarters program featured unique designs for each of the 50 states, with those images released on circulation quarters. Building upon that success, the ATB Silver Coins are a collector’s item not intended for circulation, and designed to represent all American territories, from the 50 states to overseas locations.
Following the success of the state quarters program, Congress passed the America’s Beautiful National Parks Quarter Dollar Coin Act of 2008. There are a few things that set the ATB Silver Series apart from the state quarters that preceded it. First and foremost, ATB Silver Coins feature 5 oz of .999 pure silver, while the state quarters were standard circulation $.25 coins with silver, nickel, and copper alloys. Although they bear the same face value, obverse design, and status as legal tender, the ATB Silver Coins are five times larger and not intended for use as circulation currency.
Second, the ATB Silver Coins program represents all 50 US states, the five overseas territories of Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, and Guam, as well as Washington DC. The 56-coin series was launched in 2010 and is scheduled to run through 2021, with the Secretary of the Treasury allowed the power to extend the program to 2033.
Each year the United States Mint releases five new coins designs representing different jurisdictions. The selection process for the national park, national forest, or historic monument representing each state or territory was a collaborative effort that included input from the Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of the Interior, and the governor or chief executive of the jurisdiction in question. Although multiple civilian and government agencies were permitted to voice an opinion during site selection, the final design was ultimately decided upon by the Secretary of the Treasury.
While the goal of the program was to choose different representative images for each of the states and territories, there were three designs or sites chosen for the ATB Silver Coin series that were already used on the state quarters program. Arizona was again represented by the Grand Canyon, California by Yosemite National Park, and South Dakota by Mount Rushmore.
All America the Beautiful quarters share a common obverse side design. Similar to the standard quarter, John Flanagan’s left-profile portrait of President George Washington is featured in the middle, along with the phrases “United States of America” above, “Liberty” to the left, “In God We Trust” to the right, and the face value below. Flanagan’s design has been on US quarters since 1932, and was developed based upon an original bust of Washington created by William Cousins in 1786.
For the 2013 ATB Silver Coin production year, five brand-new designs were unveiled. While the program releases coins and states based upon the age of the national park, forest, or monument in question, the 2013 ATB Silver Coins are largely representative of the nation’s original territories, with only one state in the American West represented. A brief explanation of the designs for the 2013 ATB Silver Coins is featured below:
Mintage levels for the America the Beautiful coin series increased significantly starting in 2012. The mintage numbers vary from one series to the next based upon expected and actual demand. Mintage levels for these coins was:
While many of the 2013 ATB Silver Coins available on Silver.com come in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, there are a number that have also been certified by the world’s top two grading services. Silver.com offers coins with certification from either the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or the Professional Coin Grading Service. Terms used by the NGC and PCGS you’ll find common in coin descriptions include:
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