5 oz 2017 America the Beautiful | George Rogers Clark
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Purchase your 5 oz 2017 America the Beautiful George Rogers Clark silver coin from our online store and we’ll offer you the best price anywhere! These uniquely artistic coins are the 40th addition to the America The Beautiful coin series and commemorate the winning of Fort Sackville (held by Britain) by America forces led by Lt. Col. Rogers Clark…the fort and grounds became what is now known as George Rogers national historical park.
The reverse of the coin features a startlingly poignant relief of three frontier soldiers, on orders from the colonel himself, charging the famous stronghold of Fort Sackville, which was won during the American Revolutionary war. This dramatic image is framed by the name ‘George Rogers Clark,’ as well as the location of the siege, ‘Indiana’ and the American motto of ‘e pluribus unum’ or ‘out of many, one.’
The obverse of the coin bears the impressive profile of the original American president, George Washington. Also on the obverse, the country of origin and the coin’s denomination; as well as the slogans of ‘liberty’ and ‘in God we trust.
The coins in this series are sought after not only for their investment value but also for their celebration of America’s rich history and the exquisitely crafted relief work used in their design. Pay homage to the heroes of ages past and diversify your portfolio with the striking 5 oz 2017 America the beautiful George Rogers Clark silver coin today.
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|Effigy of George Washington and the words "United States of America Quarter Dollar Liberty In God We Trust"|
|Frontier soldiers in battle.|