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    2019 5 oz Colorized ATB War in the Pacific National Historical Park Silver Coin (BU)

    The 2019 America the Beautiful Series of silver bullion coins features two different World War II-focused national parks. Both of these locations are found outside the continental United States and remember the efforts of American forces in the battle against Japan in the Pacific Theater of the war. Today, 2019 5 oz Colorized ATB War in the Pacific National Historical Park... Read More

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    2017 5 oz Colorized ATB George Rogers Clark National Historical Park Silver Coin (BU)

    The America the Beautiful Series from the United States Mint is the most impressive option you’ll find when buying silver from the sovereign mint. ATB Coins are rolled out with five designs per year, and a total of 55 designs planned through the year 2021. The 2017 5 oz Colorized ATB George Rogers Clark National Historical Park Sil... Read More

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    2016 5 oz Colorized ATB Fort Moultrie Silver Coin (BU)

    The America the Beautiful coin series is one of the most popular from the United States Mint right now, introducing five new designs with each passing year and scheduled to run through 2021. The coins honor the nation's forests, national parks, and monuments to the country's history. Right now, the 2016 5 oz Colorized ATB Fort Moultrie Silver Coin is available to purchase ... Read More

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    2017 5 oz Colorized ATB Effigy Mounds National Monument Silver Coin (BU)

    America the Beautiful silver coins from the United States Mint are in high demand with each new release in the series. These beautiful bullion coins are struck using .999 pure silver and feature five new designs for each calendar-year release, and those designs are never repeated once featured in the series. Today, the 2017 5 oz Colorized ATB Effigy Mounds National Monumen... Read More

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    2017 5 oz Colorized ATB Ozark National Scenic Riverways Silver Coin (BU)

    The America the Beautiful series of silver coins from the United States Mint is one of the most robust programs offered from the United States. These .999 pure silver coins debuted in 2010 and feature five new designs each year representing the states, territories, and federal district of the United States of America. Right now, 2017 5 oz Colorized ATB Ozark National Sceni... Read More

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    2019 5 oz Colorized ATB Lowell National Historical Park Silver Coin (BU)

    The silver coins for sale in the America the Beautiful collection at the United States Mint come in two stunning options direct from the mint. The coins are offered in bullion and burnished versions with each design release, while certain bullion coins are later enhanced as colorized silver coins by third-party authorized groups. Right now, 2019 5 oz Colorized ATB Lowell N... Read More

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    Colorized America The Beautiful Coins Available from JM Bullion

    The America the Beautiful coin program from the United States Mint has been impressive since its introduction in 2010. Following up on the success of the state quarters program released on circulation currency in the 1990s, America the Beautiful coins have seen increased demand with each new set of coins released. Now, there is a brand-new look coming to these popular ATB Coins courtesy of a commemorative coin dealer in Germany. JM Bullion now offers Colorized ATB Silver coins for investors and collectors seeking unique products.

    About the ATB Coin Series

    The United States Mint produces America the Beautiful coins in both uncirculated and bullion versions on an annual basis. The coins have a number of common features, such as a shared obverse design, .999 pure silver content, and a face value of $.25 (USD) backed by the federal government. However, there are important differences between the coins that help you identify an uncirculated coin and a bullion coin. These differences include:

    • On the obverse side of uncirculated coins you’ll find a “P” mint mark below the motto “In God We Trust.” This mark identifies the Philadelphia Mint as the point of origin for the coins. Bullion coins have no mint marks.
    • Uncirculated coins have a matte finish that is achieved through vapor blasting after the coins are minted. On the other hand, bullion coins have a mirror-like finish.
    • Uncirculated coins ship in individual plastic capsules, placed inside of a presentation box, and are shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Bullion coins ship in the same plastic capsules, mint tubes of 10 coins, or Monster Boxes of 100 coins (10 total tubes).

    America the Beautiful Coins to Date

    The American the Beautiful quarters program started in 2010 and is scheduled to run through 2021. The mint will release a total of five new designs each year, with the reverse of each coin featuring a new design that represents a national park, national forest, or historic monument from a representative state or jurisdiction.

    Coins released to date include the following states and years of release:

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

    Design of Colorized ATB Silver Coins

    There is no change to the physical design set, purity, or content of the America the Beautiful coins. Instead, Colorized ATB Silver coins have been improved on the reverse design with the addition of natural coloring that gives the image of each national park, national forest, or historic monument a real-world appearance.

    Colorization of the images on the reverse takes place at Emporium Hamburg in Germany after the coins are minted and distributed to dealers. The obverse image of President George Washington remains unaltered, and maintains its silver finish and appearance. On the reverse of each coin, natural colors have been added only to the inner design circle.

    For example, the 2019 ATB Lowell National Historical Park Silver Coin has a colorized reverse design that depicts a woman working at a power loom in one of the many textile mills that dotted the American Northeast during the Industrial Revolution. Colorized versions of each design in the America the Beautiful Series date back to the initial releases in 2010, but the availability of Colorized ATB Coins today varies based on the date of issue. Examples of coins more readily available in the colorized range include the following:

    • Illinois (2016) – Shawnee National Forest
    • South Carolina (2016) – Fort Moultrie (Fort Sumter National Monument)
    • Iowa (2017) – Effigy Mounds National Monument
    • District of Columbia (2017) – Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
    • Missouri (2017) – Ozark National Scenic Riverways
    • New Jersey (2017) – Ellis Island
    • Indiana (2017) – George Rogers Clark National Historical Park
    • Michigan (2018) – Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
    • Wisconsin (2018) – Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
    • Minnesota (2018) – Voyageurs National Park
    • Georgia (2018) – Cumberland Island National Seashore
    • Rhode Island (2018) – Block Island National Wildlife Refuge
    • Massachusetts (2019) – Lowell National Historical Park
    • Northern Mariana Islands (2019) – American Memorial Park
    • Guam (2019) – War in the Pacific National Historical Park
    • Texas (2019) – San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
    • Idaho (2019) – Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness

    Why is Colorization Added at Emporium Hamburg?

    The United States Mint does not add color or otherwise alter the finish of any of its products. Emporium Hamburg is one of the world’s leading coin trading houses and is a supporting partner of banks, dealers, and coin collectors around the world. The company has helped coin collectors and precious-metal enthusiasts diversify their investment portfolios for more than 40 years.

    Purchasing Colorized ATB Silver Coins from JM Bullion

    When you decide to purchase a Colorized ATB Silver Coin from JM Bullion, you have multiple payment methods available to complete your transaction. We accept major credit/debit cards with a processing time of one business day on average. Paper checks and ACH are accepted by JM Bullion, with an average of four to six days to process. We now also accept bank wire transfers, Bitcoin, and PayPal fund transfers. Those paying by paper check, ACH, or bank wire enjoy a 4% discount on the total purchase price.

    All shipments from JM Bullion are packaged and shipped in discreet packaging to protect the identity of your products. JM Bullion proudly offers free standard shipping and insurance for your Colorized ATB Silver Coins. If you’d like expedited shipping, it is available for an additional fee. All packages ship via the US Postal Service or UPS. If your shipment is lost, we’ll work with the carrier to recover your package. If it is damaged or stolen, we’ll work to provide you with a replacement product or refund your money in full.

    If you have any questions about Colorized ATB Silver coins, please feel free to reach out to JM Bullion. Our associates are available on the phone at 800-276-6508, online using our live web chat service, and via email.