This beautiful 5 oz Silver coin pays tribute to Glacier National Park, one of the most unique parks found in America. With detailed designs and .999 fine Silver content, America the Beautiful Silver coins are a favorite among collectors and investors.
- Contains 5 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Mintage of just 126,700 coins.
- Individual coins come in capsules. Multiples of 10 are delivered in mint-issued tubes without capsules. Orders of 100 come in mint-issued monster boxes also without capsules.
- Obverse: Similar to the Washington quarter featuring the text United States of America, Liberty, In God We Trust, and Quarter Dollar.
- Reverse: Image of a bison in front of Reynolds Mountain, behind a mountain goat, the park's symbol, surrounded by "Glacier," "Montana," "E Pluribus Unum" and the date.
- Rim is engraved with weight and purity of the coin.
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These popular and highly collectible 5 oz America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin series have captured the imagination of investors and collectors alike. Add this great looking coin to your collection today!
Glacier National Park, on the U.S.-Canadian border, gained federal protected status Feb. 22, 1897 and consists of more than a million acres. With more than 7,000 feet of elevation variance across the park, there is a wide range of climates and microclimates, adding to the variety of plants and animals that can be found in the park.
The history of the America the Beautiful Silver coins
This 2011 Silver coin is part of the America the Beautiful Silver Coins program that borrows its designs from the United States Quarter series of the same name. Though these 5 oz coins have the same legal tender value as U.S. Quarters, they are actually quite different in size and Precious Metal content. The diameter of this Silver bullion coin is three inches, unlike U.S. Quarters, which have a diameter just under one inch. When you buy these Silver coins, you also get 5 troy oz of .999 fine Silver, unlike U.S. Quarters, which contain no Silver at all, but are instead composed of a copper-nickel alloy.
Why invest in America the Beautiful 2011 Silver coins?
These 2011 Silver coins have drawn attention from both investors and collectors for their value in Silver and their artistic design. While these 5 oz Silver coins have the same face value as U.S. Silver quarters, the U.S. Silver coin price reflects the true value of these highly collectible coins. Many who buy Silver coins appreciate Silver bullion, like America the Beautiful coins, that has added value based on its design, history and limited mintage. Some buy these coins to diversify their investment portfolio, while others purchase these Silver bullion coins to add to their collection.
Collect the 2011 Silver coin that celebrates the beauty of Glacier National Park.
This 2011 Silver coin is admired by many collectors for its artistic rendering of the beauty found within Glacier National Park in Montana. The coin’s designer, Barbara Fox, had a wealth of beautiful vistas from which to choose to represent this national park, and she chose to represent it with a mountain goat climbing the rocky terrain of the park with the majestic Rocky Mountain range in the background. This 5 oz Silver coin can stand alone as a show-stopping display piece, or it can be added to Silver coin collections. Some buy coins from the entire America the Beautiful series, while others choose their favorite designs to collect along the way.
Can I buy 5 oz Silver coins at the Silver spot price?
Buying Silver coins is not possible at the Silver spot price because that price is the Silver price per ounce in its raw form. U.S. Silver coin prices, and really any mint’s Silver prices, must include the cost of fabrication, distribution and a nominal dealer fee, in addition to any numismatic or collector value. These lower mintage 5 oz Silver coins are highly sought after by many collectors, so the price of these Silver coins takes their collectibility into account. When looking at Silver prices, keep in mind that the Silver spot price is always originally in U.S. dollars because Silver is traded in U.S. currency.