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|The 2011 Olympic National Park coin is sure to enhance the value of your coins collection. This Quarter coin was released to signify the presence of mountains and the river in the Olympic National Park that is located in the state of Washington. Made from 99 percent Fine silver, this Quarter coin is 76.2 mm in diameter and weighs 141.7 gm. Designed by Susan Gamble, the reverse side of the 2011 Olympic National Park coin portrays Mount Olympus in the background, while the iconic Roosevelt Elk stands in the foreground on a gravel bar of the Hoh River. The obverse side of this silver coin represents John Flanagan's portrait of George Washington. A mere look at this silver coin will make you want to visit the Olympic National Park. What’s more, possessing a monetary value greater than its face value, this Quarter coin is a good investment.|
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|Catalog Number||KM# 515|
|Subject||Olympic National Park|
|Series||America the Beautiful Silver Bullion|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Reverse Description||Roosevelt elk on a gravel river bar along the Hoh River, Mount Olympus in the background|
|Reverse Designer||Susan Gambel and Michael Gaudioso|
|Actual Weight (oz.)||4.996|
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