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1 oz Silver Round Route 66 - Holiday Tin, Peace Love Joy

1 oz Silver Round Route 66 - Holiday Tin, Peace Love Joy

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Celebrating the historic highway’s 90th year, the Route 66 round recalls the history of a nation and the families who traveled it. Route 66 will always be America’s Main Street to good times and is now gift ready with this 1 oz Silver Round.

Exhibiting a mirror-prooflike finish, the coin-quality piece harkens back to a time when traveling halfway across the country was a nearly impossible dream come true. Featuring eight states: Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California, the Silver round's designs highlight an American institution of days gone by!

Round Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • Each round comes complete with a capsule and holiday gift box.
  • Gift tin features a design theme that celebrates the holiday season with a rustic blue background and the words "Peace Love and Joy" in creative fonts.
  • Obverse: Iconic Route 66 road sign with the abbreviations of the states the highway traveled through to the left. The dots around the perimeter of the shield and within the numbers are representative of the glass cat-eye reflectors used to illuminate the original signs during nighttime driving.
  • Reverse: Route 66 road sign with the traditional phrase "Get Your Kicks" and the weight and fineness surrounding. Segmented lines around the edge represent the road dividing lines used to separate lanes on the highway.

1 oz Silver rounds are one of the easiest and most popular ways to acquire Silver and this round comes ready to gift for Christmas or other winter holidays. Add this 1 oz Silver round of historic Route 66 to your cart today!

APMEX is now offering two exciting coffee table books as companions to the 1 oz Route 66 Silver Rounds. These large format books capture, in stunning photography and compelling narratives; the glory of the Mother Road: Route 66 Crossings: Historical Bridges of the Mother Road, by Route 66 historian and photographer Jim Ross, and Route 66 Sightings by nationally known photographers and Route 66 historians Jerry McClanahan, Jim Ross and Shellee Graham will get your motor running and enhance the experience of owning these beautiful Silver rounds. Did someone say Road Trip? Let's go!

Learn more about this gorgeous round by visiting our Route 66 information page.

Route 66

Route 66 is quite literally the framework of America. Formalized on November 11, 1926, the two-lane highway system connected Chicago with Los Angeles, facilitating massive amounts of westward travel that spurred economic growth all along its route.

Dubbed the Mother Road by John Steinbeck in his novel, “The Grapes of Wrath”, the legendary Route 66, one of the first all-weather roads to the west, helped people affected by the Dust Bowl and the Great Depression migrate toward better opportunities in California.

During World War II, Route 66 was crucial to the U.S. military, moving equipment from one industrial center to the next and ultimately overseas. Not long after, the lanes filled with families embarking on road trip vacations. With more than 2,400 diagonal miles to drive through, kicks were abundant for all kinds of travelers.

Unfortunately, the passage of the Interstate Highway Act of 1956 meant that Route 66’s days were as numbered as its mile markers. Within 20 years, the historic and landmark-laden highway was replaced with bigger interstates, like 55, 44, 40, 15 and 10.

As the country celebrates Route 66’s 90th birthday in 2016, motorists have a renewed interest in the original highway. More than 80 percent of Route 66 remains drivable in the eight states it crosses, accessible as county or service roads, state highways and historic trails. Regardless of modern-day progress, this “Main Street of America” will always be a travel trend setter.

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