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2015 5 oz ATB Blue Ridge Parkway Monster Box (BU 100 Coins 500 oz)


Year 2015
Mint Mark Not Shown
Purity .999
Manufacturer US Mint
Thickness 4.064 mm
Diameter 76.2 mm
Inner Pack 10
Outer Pack 100
Condition Brilliant Uncirculated
Face Value $0.25
Issuing Country United States
Obverse Designer John Flanagan
Edge Design Reeded
Series American The Beautiful
CoA No
Packaging Type Monster Box
Metal Weight 500 Troy Ounces (100 total 5 Oz Coins)

2015 5 oz ATB Blue Ridge Parkway Monster Box (BU 100 Coins 500 oz). The United States Mint’s celebration of America’s parks, forests, and monuments continues in 2015 with the Blue Ridge Parkway coin. This coin is truly unique in the America the Beautiful series as it is the only coin to honor a highway, rather than a national park or forest. Right now, you can make a bulk purchase of these beautiful coins in the 2015 5 oz Blue Ridge ATB Silver Coin Monster Box from West Bullion.

Coin Highlights:

Stretching across 469 miles of land connecting North Carolina to its neighbor Virginia in the Blue Ridge Mountains of the greater Appalachian Mountain Range, the Blue Ridge Parkway offers stunning vistas to all drivers who meander along its twists and turns. The federally protected area contains a diverse population of plants and animals, and though not a national park, it is the most visited location in the National Park System on an annual basis.

In this special product listing you have the chance to purchase 500 oz. of pure .999 silver by acquiring the 2015 5 oz Blue Ridge ATB Silver Coins in a Monster Box. Inside this Monster Box you’ll find a total of 100 coins. The 2015 Blue Ridge ATB Silver coins are packaged into 10 separate rolls, with each contain 10 of the Blue Ridge ATB Coins.

On the reverse side of each coin is the image of the Blue Ridge Parkway as it meanders between mountain passes. The obverse side of all ATB coins contains the left-profile portrait of President George Washington, as featured on all US circulation quarters.

These 2015 Blue Ridge ATB Silver Coins were all produced by the United States Mint at its Denver Mint and Philadelphia Mint facilities, with a total mintage of 35,000 coins.

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