Earlier this week the United States Mint started selling investor Shenandoah National Park Five Ounce Silver Bullion Coins through its network of distributors and next week the U.S. Mint will offer its collector Shenandoah National Park Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coins directly to the public.
New details have emerged for the 2014 National Park Five Ounce Silver Coins. The United States Mint this week offered release dates for the collectible versions and a date for the first bullion version.
The United States Mint today started accepting orders from its network of Authorized Purchasers for the first two installments of the 2011 America the Beautiful 5 Ounce Silver Bullion Coins. The coin program debuted last year with five silver bullion coins all released on December 10.
The United States Mint plans to offer this year’s five coins in intervals throughout the year with only the 2011 Gettysburg National Military Park Silver Bullion Coin and the 2011 Glacier National Park Silver Bullion Coin released at this time.
The United States Mint expects that it will begin producing 2010 National Park and Site Silver Bullion Coins later this fall. The U.S. Mint had never announced launch dates for each coin, but earlier in the year expectations were more in line with a late summer release for the first issue, with the others staggered later.
The five silver pieces for 2010 are part of the America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin™ Program, which goes hand-in-hand with America the Beautiful Quarters™ Program that honors national parks and other national sites throughout the U.S. and its territories. In fact, both sets of 2010 coins share the same obverse and reverse designs. Continue reading 2010 National Park Silver Bullion Coins→
The latest information about National Park Quarters, the U.S. Mint series of 2010-2021 America the Beautiful Quarters that commemorate national parks and other national sites throughout the U.S. and its territories.