This low-mintage U.S. commemorative was struck for the 125th anniversary of the establishment of Yellowstone National Park in 1872. This most popular of America's 59 national parks attracts over three million visitors each year. Mainly located in northwestern Wyoming, Yellowstone contains over half the world's geothermal features and is the protected home of the oldest and largest bison herd on public lands.
The obverse of the 90% silver Yellowstone dollar features one of the park's more than 250 active geysers, and the reverse depicts one of the park's approximately 3,700 American bison. While both Uncirculated and Proof versions were struck in 1999, only about 30% of the total mintage are the scarcer Uncirculated coins offered here. Each Choice Uncirculated silver dollar comes in a handsome display case and will make a great addition to a National Park quarter or silver dollar collection. Order now while supplies last!
- Material: Silver
- Mint: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Single Products
- Commemorative Series: Yellowstone National Park (1999)
- Year: 1999