The America the Beautiful Series of silver coins from the United States Mint are quick sellers on an annual basis, with five new releases each year
The front side features John Flanagan’s 1932 left-profile portrait of President George Washington. The image has graced the obverse side of US quarters for over 80 years now, and was based upon an original sculpture of the president made by William Cousins in 1786
On the reverse side of the 2016 5 oz ATB Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Silver coins is the image of a settler, long rifle in hand, as he looks out over the Cumberland Gap. The phrase “First Doorway to the West” is engraved in the design, marking the early importance of the region in American history.
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