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Description

Celebrate the turning point in the U.S. revolutionary war while investing your savings in a hard asset.

Saratoga National Historic Park preserves the battlefield and site of the British surrender in 1777. The park is filled with many monuments to the battles, and preserves several buildings from the period.

The obverse of the coin features the John Flanagan effigy of George Washington, as it has appeared on US quarters since 1932.

The reverse features British General Burgoyne surrendering his sword to American General Gates after the Battle of Saratoga in the fall of 1777.

The America the Beautiful series will eventually comprise 56 unique coins by the time the series is complete in 2021. These US Mint coins are a perfect way build your wealth in ounces by investing in a government minted product with a relatively low premium.

In multiples of 10 these coins ship in a tube. In multiples of 500 they ship in a US Mint monster box.

Specifications
3949
US
U.S. Mint
Brilliant uncirculated
999
US
Effigy of George Washington and the words "United States of America Quarter Dollar Liberty In God We Trust"
British General surrendering his sword and the words "Saratoga New York British Surrender 1777 2015 E Pluribus Unum"
2015
76.2
4.1
USD 0.25
2015
John Flanagan: Obverse
5.0000

SKU

3949

Country

US

Manufacturer

U.S. Mint

Condition

Brilliant uncirculated

Purity

999

Origin

US

Obverse

Effigy of George Washington and the words "United States of America Quarter Dollar Liberty In God We Trust"

Reverse

British General surrendering his sword and the words "Saratoga New York British Surrender 1777 2015 E Pluribus Unum"

First Released

2015

Diameter (mm)

76.2

Average Thickness (mm)

4.1

Legal Tender

USD 0.25

Year

2015

Designer

John Flanagan: Obverse

Metal Weight (ozt)

5.0000
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