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America the Beautiful 5 oz Silver Bullion Coins
The highly popular 5 oz America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin series has captured the imagination of silver investors and collectors alike. Their unique coin format and the surging consumer interest make America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins superior investment-grade coins.
Each coin contains 5 Troy ounces of .999 fine silver, which is a substantial amount for any silver coin. In addition, the limited mintage numbers of this series adds additional collector value to these coins.
Until now, the largest silver bullion coin issued by the U.S. Mint was the 1 oz American Silver Eagle. Now, silver investors have the additional choice of purchasing a 5 oz .999-fine silver bullion coin from the U.S. Mint that also has significant collectors value.
These new silver bullion coins were authorized by Public Law 110-456 America’s Beautiful National Parks Quarter Dollar Coin Act of 2008. The law stipulates that a brand new series of commemorative quarter coins be minted, with identical 5 oz silver bullion investment grade coins to accompany them.
2013 Mount Rushmore National Memorial 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
Home to one of the most iconic images in American culture, Mount Rushmore National Park no doubt deserves a coin of its own. The memorial itself, depicting 60 foot sculptured heads of four of our most famous Presidents; Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt. It attracts nearly three million visitors annually and stands as a testament to our great American heritage. After securing funding from Congress, the carving began in 1927 and was completed in 1941. Remarkably for the day, no workers died during the carving process, despite the use of dynamite to carve the faces. This government-issued bullion coin, minted in investment-grade, .999-fine silver, represents the US Mint’s fifth and final 5 oz bullion coin of 2013.
2013 Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
Celebrating one of the major victories in the War of 1812, The Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine Quarter depicts a famous scene during the battle, with the fireworks symbolizing the "rockets' red glare." That well-known line was penned, literally as munitions exploded around him during the bombardment, by Francis Scott Key as he crafted the poem "Defence of Fort McHenry." That poem would eventually become "The Star Spangled Banner," our National Anthem. The poem itself was much ignored until an enterprising soul found that the tune of a popular drinking song of the day, "To Anacreon in Heaven," matched exceedingly well with the lyrics of "Defence of Fort McHenry." The rest is history, and this investment grade government-issued bullion coin, minted in .999-fine silver, is a perfect reminder of our triumph over the British that day.
2013 Great Basin National Park 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
The Great Basin National Park itself is located in the heart of the Great Basin and is notable for its exceptional examples of regional geology, biologic diversity and scenic grandeur. One of the main attractions, the Lehman Caves, is most heavily decorated limestone solution caverns in the western United States. Great Basin National Park is an oasis in the Nevada desert, with more than 40 miles of perennial streams and 400 springs to quench the parched ground. The park is also known for its beautiful and unique Bristlecone Pine trees, with some groves older than 4,000 years. This impressive investment-grade coin, minted in .999-fine silver, will make a fine addition to any collection, especially as more investors seek out government-issued bullion.
2013 Perry's Victory & International Peace Memorial 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
"Don't give up the ship!" Erected to honor those who fought in the War of 1812's Battle of Lake Erie, Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial commemorates the triumph that made famous the saying on Master Commandant Oliver Hazard Perry's flagship concluding their triumph, "We have met the enemy and they are ours." Established in 1936, the memorial – towering 352 feet over Lake Erie – especially honors the long-lasting peace among the United States, Canada, and Great Britain that commenced with the end of the War of 1812. Six are buried beneath – three Americans and three British – near the longest undefended border in the world. The memorial is the world's largest Doric column and the nation's fourth-tallest monument. Make sure to add the unique 2013 Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial bullion coin, minted in investment-grade .999-fine silver, to your collection.
2013 White Mountain National Forest 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
The venerable scenery of New England provides the focus for the White Mountain National Forest America the Beautiful Silver Bullion coin. The US Mint’s first 5 oz bullion coin of 2013 features the forest’s native birch trees and distinguishing mountain peak of Mt. Chocorua. Providing stunning views and diverse recreational activities year-‘round, White Mountain National Forest also offers Mt. Washington (the highest peak east of the Mississippi River), waterfalls, historic places, and important watersheds and ecosystems. It became a national forest in 1918. Be sure to snap up this limited edition government-issued bullion, minted in investment-grade, .999-fine silver.
2012 Denali National Park and Preserve 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
Celebrating the wild natural beauty of the interior of America's last frontier, the Denali National Park and Preserve America the Beautiful Silver Bullion coin - in investment-grade, .999-fine silver - features America's tallest peak, Mount McKinley (known to natives as Denali, or "the high one") and one of the park's characteristic inhabitants, a Dall sheep. The park's landscape includes taiga forest, alpine tundra, and six million acres of land known primarily to bears, wolves, caribou, moose, and migratory birds. First part of the National Park system on February 26, 1917 when it was named McKinley Game Preserve as the nation's fourteenth national park or site, it was renamed in 1980.
2012 Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
Celebrating powerful and majestic nature of the Earth creating new land and the enormous biodiversity of that land, the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park America the Beautiful Silver Bullion coin - in investment-grade, .999-fine silver - features the eruption of the east rift of Kilauea Volcano. The park includes Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes - the latter the world's largest dome volcano - as well as lava tubes and wilderness. Hawai'i Volcanoes became part of the National Park system on August 1, 1916, and is the nation's fourteenth national park or site.
2012 Acadia National Park 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
Celebrating spectacular scenery including granite peaks and historic carriage roads, the Acadia National Park America the Beautiful Silver Bullion coin - in investment-grade, .999-fine silver - features the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse and the park's rugged coastline. The park includes parts of many islands, Cadillac Mountain (at 1,532 feet the highest point on the East Coast and the first place in the US to see sunrise), and Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse, built in 1858 to illuminate the entrance to Bass Harbor and Blue Hill Bay. Acadia became part of the National Park system on July 8, 1916, and is the nation's thirteenth national park or site.
2012 Chaco Culture National Historical Park 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
Commemorating homelands of the native Pueblo, Hopi, and Navajo of the American Southwest and the major cultural and economic center they created, the Chaco Culture National Historical Park America the Beautiful Silver Bullion coin - in investment-grade, .999-fine silver - features the two elevated kivas - part of the Chetro Ketl Complex. Multi-storied "great houses," subterranean structures called "great kivas," petroglyphs and pictographs are part of the stunning architecture aligned by astronomy and geometry that still awes today - so much so that the site was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. Chaco Canyon became part of the National Park system on March 11, 1907, and is the nation's twelfth national park or site.
2012 El Yunque National Forest 5 oz US Mint America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin
Commemorating the only tropical rainforest in the US National Parks system, the El Yunque National Forest Beautiful Silver Bullion coin - in investment-grade, .999-fine silver - features the native Coqui tree frog and native Puerto Rican parrot amid jungle foliage. El Yunque became part of the National Park system on January 17, 1903, and is the nation’s eleventh national park or site. Composed of 28,000 acres, more than a million visitors come every year to see the rainforest’s lush vegetation and native species.
2011 America the Beautiful Gettysburg Coin
Appealing to those who love silver as much as the Blue or the Gray, the historic turning point of the US Civil War is captured in the stunning Gettysburg National Military Park 5 oz America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin. Like all the coins in this US Mint series, the coin is investment-grade, .999-fine silver.
The Battle of Gettysburg is considered one of the most significant periods in American history. More than 51,000 died in the battle commemorated by President Lincoln in his famed Gettysburg Address. In 1895 it was given national park designation and today Gettysburg National Military Park covers nearly 4,000 acres with more wooded land than when the battle raged in 1863. The 5-oz America the Beautiful coin captures the events that took place at this consecrated spot, showcasing on the coin’s reverse an infantryman on the battle line at Cemetery Ridge.
2011 America the Beautiful Glacier National Park Coin
The issued by the US Mint, the Glacier National Park coin is a collectible, investment-grade, .999-silver coin capturing the splendid magnificence of Montana’s Glacier National Park.
Glacier National Park takes in one million acres and includes parts of two mountain ranges. The image on the reverse features one of the park’s famed mountain goats perching on rugged terrain with imposing Mount Reynolds shown in the distance.
2011 America the Beautiful Olympic National Park Coin
Some of America’s most dramatically beautiful scenery is found in the ancient forests and tall peaks of Olympic National Park in Washington State, and it has been exquisitely captured on this 5-oz collectible, investment-grade, .999-silver coin.
The Olympic National Park America the Beautiful Silver Bullion 5 oz coin captures the unchanged wilderness that distinguishes this spectacular park composed of more than 922,000 acres. Featuring an image of a Roosevelt Elk stepping onto a gravel bar of the Hoh River with Mount Olympus in the background, this coin captures the four distinct ecosystems make up this park: coastline, alpine, rainforest, and forest. Olympic National Park is isolated from the mainland by a mountain range on one side and coastline on the other, leading to many plants and animals that are only found in the park.
2011 America the Beautiful Vicksburg Coin
Commemorating one of the critical battles of the US Civil War, the Vicksburg National Military Park America the Beautiful Silver Bullion coin – in investment-grade, .999-fine silver – features the U.S.S. Cairo, one of the Union’s seven powerful ironclad vessels, as it sailed down the Yazoo River in early days of the protracted Vicksburg Campaign in late 1862. Forces under General Ulysses S. Grant eventually won victory in 1863 and secured the strategic Mississippi River for the Union. Earlier in the campaign, however, the Cairo met a less-successful fate, striking mines placed in the river and sinking within 12 minutes, the first U.S. ship in history to be sunk by a mine. Today the Cairo has been raised and restored, and is on display in a museum in the park.
2011 America the Beautiful Chickasaw Coin
The coin features a view of the park's picturesque Lincoln Bridge, a favorite of visitors to this park of nearly 10,000 acres nestled in south-central Oklahoma known for its cool refreshing waters and sparkling mineral springs. It is named in honor of the Chickasaw Indian Nation, which supported its founding.
The minimum purchase of silver America the Beautiful coins is 10. If you are interested in purchasing less than 10 coins, you can do so at our online store. The coins feature Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas, Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park, Yosemite National Park in California, the Grand Canyon in Arizona, and Oregon's Mount Hood.
2011 and 2012 Coins are also available on our online store:
- 2012 Chaco Culture National Historical Park Silver 5 oz
- 2012 El Yunque National Forest Silver 5 oz
- 2011 Vicksburg National Military Park Silver 5 oz
- 2011 Olympic National Park Silver 5 oz
- 2011 Glacier National Park Silver 5 oz
- 2011 Gettysburg National Military Park Silver 5 oz
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Every year five new coins of the series will be released. The best way to accumulate the entire series is by automatic notice of a new release. Just sign up below and we will let you know whenever a new release becomes available:
The other coins dated 2012 will feature:
- Denali National Park and Preserve, AK
This new commemorative coin series owes its design to the America the Beautiful Quarter series, which feature a total of 56 different coins, one historical site or national parks park for each of the 50 states, 5 U.S. territories, and the nation’s capital, the District of Columbia.
As the value of silver continues to rise, demand for the 5 oz America the Beautiful silver bullion coins is sure to increase. Now is the perfect opportunity to add them to your portfolio.
Northwest Territorial Mint is pleased to offer the 2011 releases. As this is one of the most talked about coin series to come out of the U.S. Mint in years, demand is extremely high, and quantities are very limited, so act now.
This page provides important information concerning future releases in this series. Please stay tuned for updated information
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5 oz Mount Rushmore Coins (10+) $117.35399 Avail.
5 oz Fort McHenry Coins (10+) Not Available
5 oz Great Basin silver Coins
5 oz Great Basin Coins (10 to 19) $115.85
5 oz Great Basin Coins (20+) $110.85352 Avail.
5 oz Perry's Victory Coins (10+) $117.35115 Avail.
5 oz White Mtn. Coins (10+) $118.3549 Avail.
5 oz Denali Coins (10+) Not Available
5 oz Volcanoes Coins (10+) Not Available
5 oz Acadia Coins (10+) Not Available
5 oz Chaco Coins (10+) Not Available
5 oz El Yunque Coins (10+) Not Available
5 oz Gettysburg Coins (10+) $117.35150 Avail.
5 oz Glacier Coins (10+) $117.35258 Avail.
5 oz Olympic Coins (10+) $117.35230 Avail.
5 oz Vicksburg Coins (10+) Not Available
5 oz Chickasaw Coins (10+) Not Available
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