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Why purchase this 5 oz. Silver Specimen 2020-P National Park of American Samoa America the Beautiful Quarter?
The U.S. Mint America the Beautiful quarters series' 51st release honors the southernmost U.S. territory of American Samoa. Minted in Philadelphia, the specimen finish 76.20 mm diameter coin contains 5 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver. Mintage of the 2020-P National Park of American Samoa specimen silver quarter is limited to only 20,000.
Charming Wildlife Design by Richard Masters and Phebe Hemphill
The inscriptions "NATIONAL PARK," "AMERICAN SAMOA," "2020" and "E PLURIBUS UNUM" surround the reverse image illustrating a female Samoan fruit bat hanging from a tree, with her pup wrapped protectively in her wings.
The obverse portrait of George Washington sculpted by John Flanagan has graced the U.S. quarter since 1932. Inscriptions include "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST," "P" and "QUARTER DOLLAR." The coin's smooth edge features incuse lettering: ".999 FINE SILVER 5.0 OUNCE."
Perfect Specimen 70 with Signed First Strike Label
This 5 oz. Silver Specimen America the Beautiful 2020-P National Park of American Samoa quarter is judged to be in flawless Specimen 70 condition by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). The coin was submitted to PCGS within thirty days of its release date (February 6, 2020) and features a First Strike certification label adorned with signature of John Mercanti, the U.S. Mint's 12th Chief Engraver.
Don't delay, purchase this limited mintage 2020-P National Park of American Samoa 5 oz. Silver America the Beautiful Specimen Coin with a John Mercanti signed label from MCM today!
|Year of Issue:||2020|
|Release Type:||First Strike|
|Label/Signature:||Mercanti Signed Label|
|Display Weight:||5 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||155.517 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||5 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States Legal Tender|
|Obverse Design:||George Washington Portrait|
|Reverse Design:||Samoan Fruit Bat|
A clarification on many popular designations from NGC and PCGS.
If you’ve been collecting coins for any length of time, then chances are you’ve seen certified specimens with labels signed by someone associated with the US Mint. Who are these people? Why would anyone want their signature? What can their signature add to your collection? Today, we’ll take a look at 3 of the most significant US Mint associates who sign labels.