This 2011 5 oz Silver America the Beautiful Glacier National Park coin is produced by the United States Mint. The coin has been given a grade and slabbed by NGC with a score of SP70. The Glacier National Park Coin is the 7th coin released in the ATB series and is the second out of five to be released in 2011. This quarter dollar coin is composed of 5 oz of 99.9% pure silver. The mintage of this coin is only 126,700 produced.
Most of the 1 million acres that the Glacier National Park spans is located in Montana, with a portion of it also extending into the Providences of Alberta and British Columbia, located in Canada. The park is home to hundreds of different animals, thousands of different plants, 130 different lakes and 2 large mountain ranges.
The reverse of this coin image displays the symbol of Glacier National Park, the Mountain Goat standing in the foreground of the image while a mountain range and trees are seen behind it. The words "MONTANA", "GLACIER", and "E PLURIBUS UNUM" along with the date "2011" can be seen around the edge of the coin. The obverse displays the left facing bust of America's first president George Washington. Rounding the top of the coin reads "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and below the president "QUARTER DOLLAR" is struck.
This 2011 5 Silver America The Beautiful Glacier National Park NGC SP70 can be purchased securely online or by phone at Gainesville Coins.
|Actual Metal Weight:||5 ozt|
|Face Value:||Quarter Dollar|
|Mint:||United States Mint|
|Obverse Designer:||John Flanagan|
|Series:||America The Beautiful|
|Grade:||SP70 by NGC|