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    2014 America the Beautiful Silver Coins

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    2014 America The Beautiful Coins from JM Bullion

    One of the most popular silver coin series from the United States Mint in the 21st century is the America the Beautiful quarter series. While investors and collectors clamor for the American Silver and Gold Eagle coins around the globe, the America the Beautiful quarter series is extremely popular in the United States.

    Introduction to the America the Beautiful Quarter Series

    During the 1990s and early 2000s, the United States Mint altered the reverse design on standard American circulation quarters as part of the state quarters program. The goal was to honor unique monuments, parks, forests, and events from American history reflective of each state in the Union. Following the completion of that program in 2009, the United States Mint prepared for the America the Beautiful Quarter series.

    Congress approved the America’s Beautiful National Parks Quarter Dollar Coin Act of 2008, paving the way for a 5 oz silver coin honoring national parks, forests, and historic monuments in each state. With the exception of California’s Yosemite design, Arizona’s Grand Canyon design, and South Dakota’s Mount Rushmore design, all of the coins in the ATB Silver Coin series featured new reverse designs.

    The 56-coin program was first launched in 2010, and features five new coin designs each year. In total, the program will represent each of the 50 states in America, the five territories of Guam, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands, and American Samoa, and the District of Columbia. All coins in the series contain .999 pure silver.

    As each coin has a unique design representative of an individual state or territory, the selection of an image for the reverse side is done through a consultative process. The governor or chief executive of the jurisdiction in questions collaborates with the US Department of the Interior and the US Commission of Fine Arts. The selection is reviewed by the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee, with the Secretary of the Treasury holding final approval for all designs.

    On the obverse side of all coins is the image of President George Washington. The nation’s first Commander in Chief is featured in a left-profile portrait created in 1932 by John Flanagan, and is based upon the original 1786 bust of Washington created by sculptor William Cousins.

    2014 ATB Silver Coins on JM Bullion

    As the America the Beautiful coin series entered its fifth production year, the United States Mint unveiled five new coin designs. Mintage levels in 2014 reached new heights, in some cases doubling the mintage levels of coin designs from previous years. States represented in the 2014 ATB Silver coin series include:

    • Tennessee: Great Smokey Mountains National Park honors the beauty of the Appalachian Mountains in the Eastern United States. Running from New York down to the northern reaches of Alabama, one of the most beautiful stretches of the Appalachians is found in the Great Smokey Mountains of Tennessee. The park was established on May 22, 1926. Only 33,000 Great Smokey Mountains National Park coins were minted.
    • Virginia: Shenandoah National Park offers stunning vistas, beautiful forests, and captivating images of the Shenandoah River. The park was established on May 22, 1926. Only 25,000 of these coins exist.
    • Utah: Arches National Park is home to some of the most unique geological formations in the United States. The local area features a large, underground sand deposit that has slowly eroded, leaving freestanding sandstone arches that are a marvel to behold. The park was established April 12, 1929. The U.S. Mint only produced 22,000 of these coins.
    • Colorado: In a state known for the majestic Rocky Mountains, it was the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve chosen for the ATB Silver Coin series. The park was established on March 17, 1932. Only 22,000 of these coins were produced.
    • Florida: Everglades National Park is known across the country as one of the largest swamps in the United States. The area is home to beautiful birds, countless fish species, deadly alligators, and even poisonous snakes. It was established on May 30, 1934. The U.S. Mint only minted 34,000 of the Everglades National Park ATB coins.

    Graded 2014 ATB Silver Coins on JM Bullion

    While many investors and collectors prefer brilliant uncirculated coins, JM Bullion proudly offers a selection of 2014 ATB Silver Coins that feature certification from the world’s leading grading services. The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation and Professional Coin Grading Service have inspected and certified the condition of many of our 2014 ATB Silver Coins, adding greater value to the products we offer.

    For those who have never purchased a certified coin, the following information will help you better understand the grades and terms used on certified 2014 ATB Silver Coins on our website:

    • Mint State 70: This grade is reserved for perfect coins. Products in this condition have their full, original luster, and no detracting flaws of any kind.
    • Mint State 69: Considered near-perfect coins, products in this condition have their full, original luster, but may also contain a maximum of two detracting flaws outside the central focal areas of the coin.
    • Deeply-mirrored: A condition in which the background field of a coin has mirror-like qualities.
    • Deeply-mirrored, proof-like: A condition in which coins have a mirror-like background and beautiful proof finish, despite not being a proof coin.

    Purchases of 2014 ATB Silver Coins on JM Bullion

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