America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins

2013 5 oz Silver ATB Mount Rushmore National Park, SD

2013 5 oz Silver ATB Mount Rushmore National Park, SD

Big in size. Big in popularity. Big in collectibility.

In April 1832, the U.S. Congress carved out a federal reserve near Hot Springs, Arkansas. In April 2010, the U.S. Mint paid tribute to this site with Hot Springs National Park, the first 3-inch, .999 fine, 5 oz Silver coin in the mint’s history to launch a brand new series.

This was the start of the America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins series. Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon and Mount Hood National Forest followed later that year. The U.S. Mint has released five America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins each year since 2010. They’re one of the mint’s most talked about bullion products.

The series honors five national parks and historic sites every year. The program is expected to run through 2021 with a total of 56 coins honoring national parks and historic sites. By the time the series is complete, all 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories will be represented.

Big, beautiful, 5 oz Silver editions of the popular quarters.

America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins have a nominal face value of 25 cents. The designs are exact duplicates of the popular America the Beautiful quarters that are now in general circulation. Check your pockets or purse and there’s a good chance you’ll find some of these quarters.

But these giant 3 inch, 5 oz coins show design details in ways that no pocket quarter ever can. Also, the coins’ .999 fine Silver composition gives them a lustrous sheen.

For more serious collectors, APMEX has very rare, First Strike and proof America the Beautiful coins — some graded perfect SP-70 by PCGS.

A large selection for investors and collectors.

Though the U.S. Mint issues these coins as bullion, they have become very popular amongst collectors. In the first year of the series, which includes the popular Grand Canyon and Yellowstone National Parks, only 33,000 coins of each design were minted. These have become rare collectibles.

There is a total mintage of only 200,000 coins, spread across all designs for the given year. So these big, beautiful coins are scarce enough to potentially become valuable with collectors.

If you have a collection that you wish to complete, click here to see the huge APMEX selection of America the Beautiful (ATB) coins. One of the largest anywhere, it’s where you’re most likely to find the coin you’re looking for.

 

 

 

 

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5 Products with the most reviews

At APMEX we always aim to be totally transparent and helpful to our customers. We have a great review program on our site that allows customers to provide unbiased feedback to help others make buying decisions. Here are the top 5 products with the most positive reviews! Hopefully you will find something you like and if you do end up purchasing it don’t forget to review it!

2013 1 oz Silver Eagles

“These are the backbone of my investment” says one customer. A sentiment that is echoed by several other buyers of this iconic Silver coin,

2013 1 oz Silver Canadian Maple Leaf

People love this coin because of its “high purity” and “lower premium” when compared to other Silver coins.

1 oz Sunshine Silver Bar .999 Fine (V2)

These bars are a popular choice because “they all have a great shine to them and the security mint mark is really neat with the decoder lens.

1 oz APMEX Silver Bar .999 Fine

One reviewer thinks that these bars make a “great gift to young family members at the holidays as a nudge to invest.”

Generic Silver .999+ Fine (per ounce)

If you are looking for some variety and value this product will not disappoint. “The price is unbeatable and it’s always fun to see what pieces you’ll get.”

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Gold and Silver Demand up 52% and 40%, Respectively, for 2013 Over 2012

The United States Mint has released mintage figures for March 2013, ending the first quarter of 2013 with demand continuing at a much higher pace than in the same quarter from 2012.

Aggregate Mintage of 1 oz Gold American Eagles

American Silver Eagle was up 40% for the three months ended March 31, 2013 over the same three months ended in 2012. As evidenced by this significant increase year over year, demand for the physical Gold and Silver American Eagles continues to show higher levels than demand in the futures and ETF markets.

Aggregate Mintage of 1 Oz Silver American Eagles 20122013march

For United States Silver American Eagles, the demand and volume sold in the first quarter of 2013 is a record, exceeding the previous first quarter record in 2010 by approximately 14%. The total mintage for first quarter 2013 exceeded the total mintage for any entire year in the program history from inception in 1986 until 2007.

Be Among The First To Own Best Strikes of 2013 Silver American Eagles

2013 1 oz Silver American Eagles (Certified)

2013 1 oz Silver American Eagles (Certified)

The 2013 Silver American Eagles Have Landed. In Perfect And Near Perfect Condition. Be Among The First To Own These Collectibles!

Here they are: Some of the most collectible coins in America’s most popular Silver bullion series. These 2013 Graded Silver Eagles were sent to PCGS and NGC as soon as they were released from the U.S. Mint. They are now certified as First Strike or Early Releases and are graded MS-70 or MS-69.

Millions of Silver American Eagles have been sold since the series began in 1986. But only a few from every year are…

  • Graded Perfect Or Near Perfect: On the Sheldon Grading Scale of 1 (barely identifiable) to 70 (absolute perfection), these coins have perfect MS-70 or near perfect MS-69 grades.
  • First Strike Or Early Releases: These labels tell you that PCGS or NGC received these 2013 Graded Silver Eagles within 30 days of their release by the U.S. Mint. They are struck when the dies are newest and the details in the iconic design are sharpest.
  • Highly Valued By Collectors: These coins come in protective, tamper evident plastic slabs that certify the authenticity and condition of each coin. Only a rare few earn such high grades as well as First Strike or Early Releases designations.

2013 Gold American Eagle Coins

2013 1 oz Gold American EagleThe 2013 Gold American Eagle coins have finally been released by the United States Mint to authorized purchasers. The most popular official Gold bullion coin of the United States, the Gold Eagle has become one of the most recognized and sought after coins on the world market.

Since its release by the U.S. Mint in 1986, the Gold Eagle has featured the same basic design. The obverse depicts Lady Liberty as designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens for the 1907 Double Eagle. She holds a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left hand as she walks forward with the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. behind her. The reverse of the Gold Eagle illustrates a nest of American eagles, a symbol of American nationalism and pride and a nod to the American family.

Available in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz sizes, and featuring patriotic images, the 2013 Gold American Eagle appeals to both collectors and investors alike. Gold Eagles are also eligible for Precious Metals IRA accounts and can potentially enhance any coin collection or investment portfolio. Having gained international popularity since its debut, the Gold American Eagle is a coin that will most likely continue to attract attention from Gold purchasers all over the world.

Buy your all new 2013 Gold Eagles in your preferred size from APMEX today. APMEX makes it easy to invest in Gold by offering competitive Gold prices on all Gold American Eagle coins.

 

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