Utah's iconic Arches National Park is the focus of this third 2014 release in the U.S. Mint's America the Beautiful series. The MintDirect® tubes, available exclusively from APMEX®, are your assurance that these Arches Silver coins have not been searched through or sorted since leaving the U.S. Mint.
- Contains 5 oz of .999 fine Silver for a total of 50 oz Silver.
- Mintage of just 22,000 coins.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: Portrait of George Washington originally designed by John Flanagan, with the inscriptions of United States of America, Liberty, In God We Trust and Quarter Dollar.
- Reverse: World famous Delicate Arch with the La Sal Mountains rising in the background.
- Guaranteed by the U.S. Mint.
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The highly popular 5 oz America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin series has captured the imagination of Silver investors and collectors alike. Add this beautifully detailed Silver Arches coin to your collection today!
Arches National Park, located in eastern Utah, is situated on the Colorado River and is known for its preservation of over 2,000 natural stone arches. However, it is best known for the Delicate Arch, arguably the most famous arch in the world.
APMEX uses a special machine to ensure the products you receive are completely sealed once they are removed directly from the mint boxes. The mint tubes are placed on a conveyor leading into the machine and the sealing process seals both ends of each tube with tamper-evident packaging. If this tube has been opened in any way, you will know.
After the process is completed, the tube is removed from the machine and then checked to ensure the quality of the packaging meets our exacting standards. You now have a finished tube of MintDirect® 2014 5 oz Silver America the Beautiful coins.
Once checked for quality, the MintDirect® tubes are stored back in the vault until they are ordered by our customers. By using this process, APMEX can guarantee the coins you receive are in exactly the same condition and packaging as they were when they left the United States Mint.