2016 silver 5 oz atb harper's ferry np first strike pcgs ms69 dmpl (mercanti)
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Supplies Clad Coins Numismatic Coin Sets Quarter - State Territory Sets Quarter - ATB Sets Penny - Lincoln Sets Dime - Roosevelt Sets Proof Coins Sacagawea Dollar Proof Presidential Dollar Proof Nickel Proof Penny Proof Other 2016 Silver 5 oz ATB Harpers Ferry NP First Strike PCGS MS69 DMPL (Mercanti) SKU : 2235720160 Product Description Shipping Returns About Us Contact Us 2016 Silver 5 oz ATB Harpers Ferry NP First Strike PCGS MS69 DMPL (Mercanti) These 2016 Silver 5 oz Harpers Ferry National Park, West Virginia America the Beautiful graded coins began their journey leaving from the Philadelphia Mint in a sealed monster box. Each ATB sealed monster box comes with 10 rolls of 10 coins per roll, totaling 100 coins per box. In order to be graded, these ATB coins went on to PCGS, which is a reputable 3rd party coin grading company. Each graded coin was then sealed in a hard case and certified with its specific grade. This certification process results in coins that carry a higher value than ungraded coins of the same release. Important PCGS Notes PCGS Grade Types MS Mint State / SP Standard Proof / DMPL Deep Mirror Proof Like / PL Proof Like / BU Brilliant Uncirculated PCGS First Strike Definition The PCGS First Strike program designates coins issued in the first 30 days of the Mints release. This designation not only adds value to modern coins, but takes modern coin collecting to another level with multiple Mint releases each year. This Harpers Ferry National Park 5 oz Silver ATB is much more than a beautiful, investment bullion grade collectable coin. It features an awe-inspiring, National historical site. As with all ATB coin releases, the sites represented are true National treasures, having deep historical, cultural or natural significance. Be sure to check out this National Park Service site for more info on the Harpers Ferry National Park . Then, when your new coins arrive, make it a teachable moment with your kids. Never miss an opportunity to get your children involved! but, dont forget to order your coins first! Highlights Contains: 5 Troy oz of 0.999 fine silver. The largest silver bullion coins ever issued by the United States Mint. Design of the coins duplicates exactly (though enlarged) each of the America the Beautiful Quarters series. Obverse: Common to entire series, depicting George Washington in a restored version of the portrait created by John Flanagan for the 1932 Washington quarter. Reverse: The reverse design features John Browns Fort. This is the site of John Browns last stand during his raid on the Harpers Ferry Armory in 1859, just two years before the outbreak of the Civil War. The Park was first designated a National Monument in 1944, and later declared a National Park by Congress in 1963. Encompassing 4,000 acres, the area is dense with forest, rising into the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Potomac and Shenandoah rivers also surround it. This is a most beautiful place, indeed. This ATB coin honors well the history of this site. Reverse Design Designer: Thomas Hipschen; Sculptor: Phebe Hemphill. Edge: Smooth edge inscribed with the coin specifications: .999 Fine Silver 5.0 Ounce. History Authorization for 5 oz 0.999 fine silver ATB coins was enacted in 2008. With the Americas Beautiful National Parks Quarter Dollar Coin Act of 2008 (Public Law 110-456), popular series was born. The designs of America the Beautiful 5 oz coins replicate those of the US Mints America the Beautiful Quarters. The bullion coins are three inches in diameter and have a nominal face value of 25 cents. These are the first five ounce, three inch, 0.999 fine silver bullion coins ever produced by the United States Mint. The fineness and weight are edge-incused on the coins. These unique silver bullion coins feature reverse designs depicting national parks and other national sites in each state. Included are District of Columbia and U.S. territories, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, U.S. Virgin Islands and Northern Mariana Islands. The coins are being issued in the order each featured site was established as a national park or site. Investors can now choose bullion coins that honor some of our Nations most treasured national parks and sites. Those featured are amazing, majestic places, which truly make us America the Beautiful. Investment Grade Bullion ATB silver bullion coins are investment-grade bullion coins, with their weight, content and purity guaranteed by the U.S. government. The coins are also legal tender, although their quarter-dollar face value is merely symbolic. ATB silver bullion coins sell at prevailing silver market prices, plus a moderate premium to cover production and other costs. Silver is typically the lowest-priced precious metal; making these bullion coins an affordable choice for most investors and collectors. Distinguishing Bullion and Uncirculated There are three ways to distinguish between Bullion and Uncirculated ATBs. Under the In God we Trust inscription, the uncirculated coins feature a P symbol representing the Philadelphia mint, whereas the bullion coins do not have a mintmark. Uncirculated coins are vapor blasted after minting, giving them a matte finish, while bullion coins have a shinier finish. The uncirculated coin also comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Mint and is placed inside a plastic capsule and then in a mint-issued box. Information Home About Us Payment Shipping Returns Feedback Contact Us Categories Silver Gold Platinum Specials Supplies Clad Coins Other Connect Add my Store to your Favourites and receive my email newsletters about new items and special promotions! Subscribe Affiliations Copyright BOLD Precious Metals 2018
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