The United States Mint is offering a 99.9 Percent Silver War in the Pacific Historical Park Uncirculated Five Ounce Coin. First available at twelve o’clock noon Eastern Time on June 6, a mintage of 20,000 is being offered. There is no household limit and no product limit.
Minted in Philadelphia, the coin is produced with an uncirculated finish and is encapsulated and set in a protective outer box, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. For those collectors wishing to have these special five ounce coins automatically shipped when they become available, an enrollment program is also offered. The coin is listed at $154.95 on the Mint’s website, www.usmint.gov. Orders may be placed by phone by calling 800-USA-MINT.
Earlier this year, the Mint released the 219 Lowell National Park Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin as well as the 2019 American Memorial Park Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin. Both had mintage totals of 20,000 are still available. Collectors are also still able to obtain a handful of 2018 five ounce silver uncirculated coins from the America the Beautiful series, including Cumberland Island National Seashore and Block Island National Wildlife Refuge.
Additional five ounce uncirculated coins from the series scheduled for 2019 include San Antonio Missions Historical Park and Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness.