Everglades National Park – 2014 5 oz ATB Silver Uncirculated Coin (Collectors Edition) Available for Order | New Coin Releases

Everglades National Park – 2014 5 oz ATB Silver Uncirculated Coin (Collectors Edition) Available for Order

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The U.S. Mint will be accepting orders for the 2014 5 oz America The Beautiful (ATB) Everglades National Park Silver Uncirculated Coin (Collectors Edition) later today. You have the option to grab yours in Original Government Packaging (OGP) directly from the Mint at a price of $154.95 per coin plus shipping. Alternatively, you may want to grab yours from ModernCoinMart (MCM), where it comes NGC graded and slabbed with free domestic shipping, highly competitive prices and various payment options, including PayPal, to name but a few benefits. Be sure to order yours here.

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2014 5 oz America The Beautiful (ATB) Everglades National Park Silver Uncirculated Coin – Original Government Packaging (OGP) – Source of Photos: U.S. Mint

Everglades National Park – 2014 5 oz ATB Silver Uncirculated Coin Reverse

Everglades National Park – 2014 5 oz ATB Silver Uncirculated Coin Obverse

2014 5 oz America The Beautiful (ATB) Everglades National Park Silver Uncirculated Coin – NGC Graded and Slabbed – Source of Photos: ModernCoinMart

Mintage for the 2014 5 oz America The Beautiful (ATB) Everglades National Park Silver Uncirculated Coin will be limited to 30,000 and it is the last collector issue for 2014 in the ATB the Beautiful 5 oz. three nines fine silver coin series. It commemorates the popular Everglades National Park in Florida, a true national treasure that covers an area of 1,509,000 acres, which houses many unique animal and plant species that can only be found there. Everglades National Park is not only the biggest tropical wilderness in the United States, but also the biggest wilderness of any kind east of the Mississippi River. In addition, it should be mentioned that while Everglades National Park was for most part threatened by human development and urban expansion, things have taken a turn for the better with a renewed ecological effort to return the wetland to its former glory. This is contributing to the fact that 1 million people on average pay a visit to the park each year.

Everglades National Park

Photo Source: National Park Service

The Everglades was home to humans for thousands of years until plans started to surface in 1882, not only to drain the wetlands, but also to develop the recovered land for residential and agricultural use. This led to the fact that water flow from Lake Okeechobee was controlled and diverted at an increasing rate, especially as the 20th century progressed. This was to enable explosive growth of the South Florida metropolitan area. However, this human progress and urban expansion contributed to the quickly vanishing Everglades, up to the point where the authorities, under severe political pressure, had to take steps to protect what was left of the Everglades. This is the primary reason why the Everglades National Park saw first light in 1934.

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The Everglades National Park was created to protect the sensitive Everglades ecosystem, which consist of a network of forests and wetlands, which is fed by a slow flowing river out of Lake Okeechobee, southwest into Florida Bay. This happens at a rate of only .25 miles per day.  Furthermore, tying in with the unique animal and plant species it houses, Everglades National Park is home to no less than 36 protected/threatened species, including the American crocodile (less than 2,000 remain in the wild), the Florida panther and the West Indian manatee. This is not even to mention the 50 species of reptiles, 40 species of mammals, 300 species of fresh and saltwater fish and the 350 species of birds it supports and/or sustains. It is also worth mentioning that the largest portion of South Florida’s fresh water, which is stored in the Biscayne Aquifer, is recharged in the park.

Collector Issue 5oz. ATBs vs Bullion Issue 5oz. ATBs

I have noted at eBay and elsewhere that confusion exists in terms of differentiating between collector issue 5oz. ATBs and bullion issue 5oz. ATBs. Unscrupulous dealers are seeing it as an opportunity to sell bullion issue coins as low mintage, vapor blasted collector issue coins. This is how to differentiate between the two issues and/or versions…

  • If you don’t see a ‘P’ mintmark to the right of the bow in Washington’s hair, then it is a bullion issue coin. All collector issue ATB coins have the ‘P’ mintmark.
  • Bullion issue coins are sold in monster boxes, while collector issue coins are sold individually packaged in display boxes by the mint.

In fact, if in doubt, be sure to pay a visit to ModernCoinMart (MCM). They sell the ATB coins in clearly defined subcategories, namely Collector Issue 5oz. ATBs and Bullion Issue 5oz. ATBs. Needless to say, avoid seller and dealers who are vague in this regard like the plague itself. Those kind of sellers and dealers are not in business to serve your best interests.

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4 Responses to Everglades National Park – 2014 5 oz ATB Silver Uncirculated Coin (Collectors Edition) Available for Order

  1. […] The U.S. Mint will be accepting orders for the 2014 5 oz America The Beautiful (ATB) Everglades National Park Silver Uncirculated Coin (Collectors Edition) later today. You have the option to grab yours in Original Government Packaging (OGP) directly from the Mint at a price of $154.95 per coin plus shipping. Alternatively, you may want to grab yours from ModernCoinMart (MCM), where it comes NGC graded and slabbed with free domestic shipping, highly competitive prices and various payment options, including PayPal, to name but a few benefits. Be sure to get more information here. […]

  2. […] The U.S. Mint will be accepting orders for the 2014 5 oz America The Beautiful (ATB) Everglades National Park Silver Uncirculated Coin (Collectors Edition) later today. You have the option to grab yours in Original Government Packaging (OGP) directly from the Mint at a price of $154.95 per coin plus shipping. Alternatively, you may want to grab yours from ModernCoinMart (MCM), where it comes NGC graded and slabbed with free domestic shipping, highly competitive prices and various payment options, including PayPal, to name but a few benefits. Be sure to get more information here. […]

  3. […] The U.S. Mint will be accepting orders for the 2014 5 oz America The Beautiful (ATB) Everglades National Park Silver Uncirculated Coin (Collectors Edition) later today. You have the option to grab yours in Original Government Packaging (OGP) directly from the Mint at a price of $154.95 per coin plus shipping. Alternatively, you may want to grab yours from ModernCoinMart (MCM), where it comes NGC graded and slabbed with free domestic shipping, highly competitive prices and various payment options, including PayPal, to name but a few benefits. Be sure to get more information here. […]

  4. […] The U.S. Mint will be accepting orders for the 2014 5 oz America The Beautiful (ATB) Everglades National Park Silver Uncirculated Coin (Collectors Edition) later today. You have the option to grab yours in Original Government Packaging (OGP) directly from the Mint at a price of $154.95 per coin plus shipping. Alternatively, you may want to grab yours from ModernCoinMart (MCM), where it comes NGC graded and slabbed with free domestic shipping, highly competitive prices and various payment options, including PayPal, to name but a few benefits. Be sure to get more information here. […]

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