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2013 5 oz Great Basin America The Beautiful (ATB) Silver Coin

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The Silver 5-oz ATB 2013 Great Basin coin is the third installment in America the Beautiful series issued by the U.S. Mint. In 2013’s ATB release, the U.S. Mint takes us on a trip to Nevada’s Great Basin National Park. 

About the Great Basin National Park silver coin


Each obverse of the coins in the series features the portrait of George Washington by John Flanagan, used in the quarter since 1932.


Great Basin park's main attraction and the reverse of the Silver 5-oz ATB 2013 Great Basin coin is a single Bristlecone Pine tree. Bristlecone pine trees are the oldest non-clonal, acknowledged living organisms. The Great Basin National Park contains numerous Bristlecone Pine groves with trees older than 4,000 years. Bristlecones’ longevity and unique qualities have made it easily Great Basin’s prominent attraction, which the Silver 5-oz ATB 2013 Great Basin perpetually celebrates. The coin’s reverse design was developed in consultation with representatives of Great Basin National Park.

Discover more landscapes, sites, and history honored by America, the Beautiful Quarters. Silver 5-oz ATB 2013 Great Basin coins are available to you at BullionMax. Grow your collection of ATB silver coins today. 

About Great Basin National Park

The Great Basin National Park, located in Nevada, is part of America’s beautiful natural heritage - and stands as a worthy addition to the U.S. Mint’s America the Beautiful series. 

Located in White Pine County in east-central Nevada, near the Utah border, Great Basin National Park is a preview of the Great Basin region’s unique geological features, ecology, and hydrology. The water system in the area is entirely self-contained, which means that any precipitation within the region sustainably drains into rivers and lake in the area and does not find its way to the Pacific Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico. The Great Basin is North America's largest and the world's ninth-largest endorheic basin, covering nearly all of Nevada. 

dry and mountainous region is home to renowned ancient bristlecone pine trees, 13,063-foot Wheeler Peak, Lehman Caves, lakes, streams, and the darkest desert nights best for stargazing. 

The park was recently established as a park in 1986. The park's main attraction was the Bristlecone Pine tree, which was at least 5,000 years old, is the featured design in the reverse of this American the Beautiful coin. 

The story the Silver 5-oz ATB 2013 Great Basin tries to capture is not just one of geology and nature, but also people. The Great Basin also protects the remnants of abandoned settlements called “ghost towns,” which date back to the early days of western mining and ranching in the 1800s. Early settlers have left their mark in the area, from the Fremont Indians to the first explorer of Lehman Caves, Absalom Lehman, to the mining camps that once dotted the South Snake Range. Remnants of these times are invaluable links to the past, the park now strikers to preserve.

The Silver 5-oz ATB 2013 Great Basin bullion coin is legal tender with a face value of 25 cents. Despite its nominal value, the cash is in demand by collectors and investors alike for its artistry, purity, and 0.999 fine gold content.  

*We pack individual coins in plastic sleeves for protection before shipping. If you order 10+ of the same coin, we’ll secure them in protective tubes before shipping.

Coin Highlights: 

  • The third 2013 (# 18 overall) release in the U.S. Mint’s famous America the Beautiful 5 oz bullion series
  • Contains five ounces of 0.999 fine silver
  • Face value back by the U.S. Government
  • Limited mintage of only 30,000 coins 
  • The obverse features the iconic portrait of George Washington, initially designed by John Flanagan.
  • The reverse depicts a single bristlecone pine tree, the oldest non-clonal living organism, a natural wonder found in the Great Basin National Park.
Product specifications
SeriesAmerica The Beautiful
Product TypeCoin - Bullion
Year Minted2013
MintU.S. Mint
CountryUnited States
Mint typeGovernment
Weight5 oz
Thickness4.064 mm
IRA EligibilityYes
Face Value/Denomination$0.25
Obverse DesignJohn Flanagan
Reverse DesignRonald D. Sanders
Edge DesignLettered
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