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5 oz Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania Silver 2011

In April 2010 a quarter-dollar series under the name "America the Beautiful" was started, which continues the hugely successful Federal US States-quarter dollar series. Until 2021 a total of 56 coins will be published - five coins per year. Per year five motifs each will honor national parks and other national sites of the individual states and the U.S. territories (such as Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands). The coins appear in order of the date on which they were placed under federal supervision. Thus, the Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, which was founded in 1832, started off the series in the first quarter of 2010.

The Gettysburg National Military Park 5 oz silver coin was published in 2011 as the first coin of 2011 by the Pennsylvania Mint and is part of the "America the Beautiful" silver coin series - a series which is also known as "National Park Silver Coin Series".

The Act of 2008 specifies the purity and weight of these American coins. The “America the Beautiful” Gettysburg National Military Park 5oz silver coin weighs 155.50 grams with a diameter of 3 inches and a purity of 999/1000 pure silver.

The obverse of the “America the Beautiful” Gettysburg National Military Park 5oz silver coin is characteristic for the head side of the coins belonging to this series, depicting the majestic John Flanagan portrait of George Washington, facing left, alongside the inscriptions: “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” (the issuing country), ”LIBERTY”, “IN GOD WE TRUST” and “QUARTER DOLLAR” (the denomination).

The reverse of the “America the Beautiful” Gettysburg National Military Park 5oz silver coin is an engraving of the park that gives the name of this coin, the Gettysburg National Military Park, which is represented by the 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument that can be visited inside the park. Also on the tail side of the “America the Beautiful” Gettysburg National Military Park 5oz silver coin that was issued in 2011 is the following legend: "GETTYSBURG", "PENNSYLVANIA", "2011" (the issuing year), and "E PLURIBUS UNUM".

When it comes to the silver bullion coins belonging to this series illustrating the most beautiful parks and recreational areas of America, we are talking about a scarce mintage. Just 35,000 coins were released, which spikes the interest of collectors and investors because they all know that the value of the “America the Beautiful” Gettysburg National Military Park 5oz silver coin will increase in the future. As a consequence, any investor and collector that wants to own a coin with limited mintage and with high bullion characteristics like the “America the Beautiful” Gettysburg National Military Park 5oz silver coin should take advantage of the opportunity while the price for these coins is still affordable.

The “America the Beautiful” series is just the perfect opportunity for collectors and investors to invest into this highly sought commodity, silver.

Country: USA
Weight1155,50g
Product number: 21807
Series: America The Beautiful
Mint: United States Mint
Purity: 999/1000
Diameter, mm: 76.19
Thickness, mm: 4.05
Face value: 0.25
Currency: US Dollar
Product packaging: Sachet
Bulk packaging: 10 per tube, 100 per box
1 The weight displayed is the fine metal content of the item. It does not reflect the actual weight of the product which may be higher.
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