Rosland Capital Introduces new Circuit of the Americas Collection

Rosland Capital has unveiled a new coin to commemorate America’s first purpose-built Formula One circuit: the Circuit of Americas coin, available exclusively from Rosland Capital. Beginning construction in 2011, the Circuit of the Americas was completed in 2012, featuring a Grand Plaza, 3.4 mile track, and a 251 feet observation tower captured on the face of the coin. Since its opening, the Circuit of the Americas has hosted concerts in the Austin360 Amphitheater, MotoGP races for the Motorcycle Grand Prix of the Americas, and Formula One races for the United States Grand Prix.

The Circuit of the Americas coin collection features a 2.5 ounce coin in both gold and silver. The gold version is a limited edition run, with only 250 minted by Swiss-based PAMP SA. The reverse face of the coin showcases the signature COTA observation tower, while the obverse features Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Each coin comes with protective packaging, a statement of fineness, and certificate number.

Of the new COTA collection, Rosland Capital CEO Marin Aleksov remarked:

“What has been created at COTA, especially that wonderful iconic tower, is a lesson to us all in what can be achieved with focus and determination. We wanted to celebrate that achievement with coins of the highest design and production quality, as befits the Circuit of The Americas.”

For more information about this exclusive collection, visit the Rosland Capital Circuit of the Americas coin page. To learn more about the Circuit of the Americas, visit the official website.

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