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    2011 5 oz ATB Gettysburg Silver Coin
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    2010 5 oz ATB Hot Springs Silver Coin
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    2012 5 oz ATB El Yunque Silver Coin
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    The ATB Silver Series Coins Available from JM Bullion

    America the Beautiful is a 56-coin series available from the United States Mint. Introduced in 2010, the series is inspired by the State Quarters program the mint launched in the 1990s. The latter series put new reverse designs on the circulation 25-cent piece to represent each of the 50 US states and the nation’s various territories, as well as the District of Columbia. Unlike the State Quarters program, America the Beautiful is a bullion series that uses 5 oz blank to blow up the images of the traditional quarter and new reverse fields to impressive sizes. Since its 2010 debut, America the Beautiful silver coins have offered investors and collectors a wide range of options.

    America the Beautiful BU Coins

    Each of the designs in the America the Beautiful Series comes with a Brilliant Uncirculated version. This version of the coin is ideal for investors and come with individual capsules, mint tubes of 10, or Monster Boxes of 100 coins. These coins do not feature a mint mark as the collectible versions of the coin do.

    America the Beautiful Burnished Coins

    Alongside the America the Beautiful BU coins, the ATB Burnished Silver Coins are the other primary options with each design release. The ATB Burnished Silver Coin is released with each design with the same specifications as the BU coins, but with one visual difference. Burnished coins are polished before being struck in the coin press to create a matte visual element. Additionally, ATB Burnished Silver coins are not sold in bulk options. You can only purchase the ATB Burnished Silver coins in an individual presentation box from the US Mint that includes a Certificate of Authenticity. You will also find that burnished coins, struck by the Philadelphia Mint, come with a “P” mint mark on the obverse.

    Other Collectible ATB Silver Coins

    The United States Mint does offer its ATB Coins in options that are not always sold by authorized dealers. These include proof collector sets that pair all five designs from a given date mark together in a single set. Other collectible versions of the ATB Silver coins include BU coins that have been colorized. A colorized silver coin has thin layers of colorized lacquer applied only to the reverse field, in the case of ATB coins, to create a distinctive visual appeal for the ATB coins.

    JM Bullion MintSealed ATB Coins

    Unique to JM Bullion, you can also purchase ATB Silver Coins from our MintSealed range of products. With our MintSealed ATB Coins, we inspect the condition of Monster Boxes of 100 coins that receive to ensure that each individual mint tube of 10 coins contained in the box has not been tampered with. Once we confirm these tubes and coins are in the exact same condition as the moment the products left the US Mint, each tube is sealed in protective plastic and enclosed with a MintSealed JM Bullion label that indicates the coins within, as well as the purity and metal content. Again, the benefit of these JM Bullion MintSealed coins is the knowledge that these coins have not been tampered with or altered in any way. The coins went direct from the coin presses to the tubes and were sealed by JM Bullion before you bought each one.

    Designs in the ATB Series

    The America the Beautiful Series offers five distinct designs for each date mark in the series, with the lone exception being the 2021 date mark with just Alabama represented. The series offers a unique design for each of the 50 US states, the five overseas territories of the nation, and Washington D.C. Each jurisdiction is represented by a national park, preserve, or other federally-protected sites in the respective jurisdictions. Notably, the states are represented based on the age of the site chosen to represent it in the series going from the very first federally-protected site to the most recent. The reverse design order includes:

    • 2010
      • Arkansas – Hot Springs National Park
      • Wyoming – Yellowstone National Park
      • California – Yosemite National Park
      • Arizona – Grand Canyon National Park
      • Oregon – Mount Hood National Forest
    • 2011
      • Pennsylvania – Gettysburg National Military Park
      • Montana – Glacier National Park
      • Washington – Olympic National Park
      • Mississippi – Vicksburg National Military Park
      • Oklahoma – Chickasaw National Recreation Area
    • 2012
      • Puerto Rico – El Yunque National Forest
      • New Mexico – Chaco Culture National Historical Park
      • Maine – Acadia National Park
      • Hawaii – Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
      • Alaska – Denali National Park and Preserve
    • 2013
      • New Hampshire – White Mountain National Forest
      • Ohio – Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial
      • Nevada – Great Basin National Park
      • Maryland – Fort McHenry National Monument
      • South Dakota – Mount Rushmore National Memorial
    • 2014
      • Tennessee – Great Smoky Mountains National Park
      • Virginia – Shenandoah National Park
      • Utah – Arches National Park
      • Colorado – Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve
      • Florida – Everglades National Park
    • 2015
      • Nebraska – Homestead National Monument of America
      • Louisiana – Kisatchie National Forest
      • North Carolina – Blue Ridge Parkway
      • Delaware – Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge
      • New York – Saratoga National Historical Park
    • 2016
      • Illinois – Shawnee National Forest
      • Kentucky – Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
      • West Virginia – Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
      • North Dakota – Theodore Roosevelt National Park
      • South Carolina – Fort Moultrie-Fort Sumter National Monument
    • 2017
      • Iowa – Effigy Mounds National Monument
      • District of Columbia – Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
      • Missouri – Ozark National Scenic Riverways
      • New Jersey – Ellis Island-Statue of Liberty National Monument
      • Indiana – George Rogers Clark National Historical Park
    • 2018
      • Michigan – Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
      • Wisconsin – Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
      • Minnesota – Voyageurs National Park
      • Georgia – Cumberland Island National Seashore
      • Rhode Island – Block Island National Wildlife Refuge
    • 2019
      • Massachusetts – Lowell National Historical Park
      • Northern Mariana Islands – American Memorial Park
      • Guam – War in the Pacific National Historical Park
      • Texas – San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
      • Idaho – Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness
    • 2020
      • American Samoa – National Park of American Samoa
      • Connecticut – Weir Farm National Historic Site
      • US Virgin Islands – Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve
      • Vermont – Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
      • Kansas – Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve
    • 2021
      • Alabama – Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site

    All of the coins in the ATB Series share the same obverse design element. On this face of the coins, President George Washington is depicted in left-profile relief. The bust of the nation’s first president featured on this side of the coin was created in 1932 by John Flanagan for use on the circulating quarter and was based on a 1786 bust sculpted of Washington during his lifetime. Inscriptions on this side of the coin read “United States of America,” “Liberty,” “In God We Trust,” “Quarter Dollar,” and on the Burnished ATBs, the “P” mint mark from the Philadelphia Mint.

    Discover America the Beautiful Silver at JM Bullion

    If you’re interested in any of the America the Beautiful Silver coin varieties available, JM Bullion customer service can help you complete your purchase. Please contact us with questions at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or email us directly.