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2013 5oz Silver ATB Perry's Victory and Peace Park, OH

2013 5oz Silver ATB Perry's Victory and Peace Park, OH
2013 5oz Silver ATB Perry's Victory and Peace Park, OH
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2013 5oz Silver ATB Perry's Victory and Peace Park, OH

The America the Beautiful series showcases the nations most extraordinary landmarks, scenic places, and historic areas. The remarkable ATB series depicts these illustrious places on high quality silver coins. Both collectors and investors are excited about these pure silver coins.

The memorial is named after Oliver Hazard Perry. On June 18, 1812, when war was declared on Britain, Perry was assigned a position that he deemed insignificant. Though he was promoted that October, he felt disheartened and continued to plead with the naval hierarchy for reassignment. Resorting to his last measure, he petitioned his old friend Isaac Chauncey, commander of naval operations in the Great Lakes. Though this was not as prestigious as serving in the high seas, Perry accepted a position and went on to construct the fleet that would prove victorious in the Battle of Lake Erie. Perry’s flagship, the U.S.S. Lawrence, was so severely damaged that the British commander sent a small boat to request that the American vessel surrender. Perry, faithful to his ship and his country, jumped aboard a small boat with his remaining crew and dodged gunfire for a half mile en route to the USS Niagara. Once on board, he steered the ship back toward the battle, and the U.S. ships pounded British ships until they surrendered. Perry received their surrender on the reclaimed USS Lawrence. At the age of 27, Perry earned the title “Hero of Lake Erie.” He received a congressional Gold Medal as well as thanks from Congress. His leadership set up what would become nine successful outcomes and a turning point in the battle for the west and the war itself. The obverse side of the coin shows George Washington as he appeared on the 1938 quarter. Each one of these coins is produced with 5 oz of pure .999 silver. The coins also feature the inscription E Pluribus Unum. Coin will come in a protective plastic capsule.  

**Coin is a stock photo.

Specifications:

  • Year: 2013
  • Grade: RAW BU
  • Grade Service: N/A
  • Denomination: $0.25
  • Mint Mark: None
  • Metal Content: 5 Troy Oz
  • Gross Weight: 155.5 Grams
  • Purity: .999
  • Thickness: 4.064 mm
  • Diameter: 76.2 mm

 

IDC Coin has 10 Locations across the Southeast United States. Locations are located in: Tampa, FL; Clearwater, FL; Orlando, FL: Port St. Lucie, FL; Gainesville, FL; Lakeland, FL; Savannah, GA.

 

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