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2018-P 5 oz Burnished Cumberland Island ATB Silver Coin (w/ Box & COA)
2018-P 5 oz Burnished Cumberland Island ATB Silver Coin (w/ Box & COA) 2018-P 5 oz Burnished Cumberland Island ATB Silver Coin (w/ Box & COA) 2018-P 5 oz Burnished Cumberland Island ATB Silver Coin (w/ Box & COA)
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2018-P 5 oz Burnished Cumberland Island ATB Silver Coin (w/ Box & COA)

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2018-P 5 oz Silver Cumberland Island ATB Silver Coin

COIN HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Contains 5 oz of .999 fine Silver. 
  • The coin comes encapsulated inside of its government issued packaging, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. 
  • The obverse features a portrait of George Washington along with the inscriptions "United States of America," "Liberty," "In God We Trust" and "Quarter Dollar."
  • The reverse design shows an image of a small white heron, known as the Snowy Egret, on the shores of Cumberland Island National Seashore in Georgia.  You'll also find the motto "E Pluribus Unum" on the reverse of the coin, its year of release, as well as the name of the park and the name of the state in which it resides. 
  • Each coin is in Gem Brilliant Uncirculated condition. 


Cumberland Island is part of the State of Georgia and is 17.5 miles long, consisting of over 36,000 acres. Home to many plants and animals, its landscape is made of beaches, maritime forests, marshes, mudflats and tidal creeks. It became a National Seashore Park in 1972. In its past, the island was home to many members of the Carnegie Family, who built a large estate as well as smaller estates throughout the island. Prior to that, it was home to native islanders, Spanish settlers, and Cotton Plantation farmers and slaves, and has a long and interesting history. Several private homes still remain, as well as some that are part of the National Park Service and are open to the public for tours, including Plum Orchard and the remains of Dungeness. There is also the Cumberland Island National Seashore Museum and the Ice house Museum, as well as walking trails, for tourists to enjoy. The island is accessible by ferry.

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