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2011-P 5 oz Burnished ATB Gettysburg Silver Coin (Box + CoA) - $300

I have been collecting for years, and with 3 kids headed to college it is time to liquidate some of my coins. Please feel free to ask any questions. I will only accept cash, and meet either at my home or a local police station.

Gettysburg National Military Park preserves one of the most important historical military battlegrounds in American history. It was here that one of the most pivotal battles of the American Civil War took place. This site was chosen as the representative of Pennsylvania in the America the Beautiful silver bullion coin series from the United States Mint.

Coin Highlights:

Available to you with a presentation case and Certificate of Authenticity from the United States Mint!
1st coin of the 2011 release cycle and the 6th to feature in the ATB Series!
Limited availability of Burnished ATB Silver coins!
Contains 5 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
The face value of $.25 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
For the obverse side, a portrait of President George Washington is used.
On the reverse field includes a depiction of the monument to the 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry.
Celebrates Gettysburg National Military Park in the series.
Represents Pennsylvania in the ATB Series.
“P” mint mark from the Philadelphia Mint.
Gettysburg National Military Park protects much of the battlefield from the Battle of Gettysburg that was fought on the site in the summer of 1863 during the American Civil War. The National Park Service administers the park and protects more than just the battlefields as part of its preservation effort. The Gettysburg National Military Park also protects support areas such as supply and hospital locations, as well as Gettysburg National Cemetary.

All of the 2011-P 5 oz Burnished ATB Gettysburg Silver Coins in this product listing come to you with individual presentation cases from the United States Mint. Each coin also features its own Certificate of Authenticity from the mint and bears the “P” mint mark of the Philadelphia Mint.

The obverse field of 2011-P 5 oz Burnished ATB Gettysburg Silver Coins features the left-profile bust of President George Washington. This design was first created in 1932 by John Flanagan, who was inspired in the design by a 1786 sculpting of Washington created by William Cousins.

On the reverse side of 2011 Burnished ATB Gettysburg Silver Coins, you will find the image of the 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument located within the bounds of the park. The 72nd Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers served at the Battle of Gettysburg and were part of the critical Union force on Cemetery Ridge that stood fast against Pickett’s Charge and turned back the Confederate troops.

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