The United States Mint has a rich history of producing commemorative silver and gold coins for sale. One of the first commemorative coins the US Mint ever struck was an 1848 Quarter Eagle Gold Coin with CAL on it to commemorate the discovery of gold in California. Modern commemorative coining at the mint dates from 1982. Right now, $5 US Mint Commemorative Gold Coins in near-perfect condition are available to purchase online from APR 57.
- Arrives in a protective plastic slab from the NGC or PCGS!
- Most US Mint Commemorative gold coins in proof date between 1986 and 2011!
- Limited availability of certified coins!
- Contains .24187 Troy oz of actual gold content.
- Bears a face value of $5 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- Issued a Grade of PR69 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or Professional Coin Grading Service.
- On the obverse and reverse fields you will find varying designs from different programs.
- Proof specimens.
- Please note you could receive several matching dates and designs when buying multiples.
Each of the $5 US Mint Commemorative Gold Coins in this listing has a near-perfect certification. A proof coin in PR69 condition exhibits full, original mint luster with a maximum of two minor detracting flaws present on the design elements or surface areas. These flaws are limited to minuscule contact marks or hairlines and must be located outside the primary focal points of the coin.
This APR 57 listing offers these near-perfect specimens from random years. We cannot guarantee the specific date mark, design, or even grading house label you will receive with your purchase. We only guarantee each coin has earned a PR69 certification. All coins are chosen at random once your payment is processed. If you buy more than one, please note you could receive matching dates and designs, as well as labels from the same grading house.
On the obverse and reverse fields of these coins, you will find designs celebrating important American figures, historical events, and other facets of American society, culture, and history. Examples of designs include the image of former American presidents or host cities for the Olympic Games.
The US Mint canceled its early gold commemorative coin programs in 1954 with the administration of President Eisenhower citing a lack of interest in collectible gold coins as the primary reason.
If you have any questions about the gold coins in this listing, please feel free to contact APR 57. You can reach us on the phone at 212-246-2000, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email with your inquiries.
|PCGS or NGC
|$5 US Mint Gold Commemorative
|Plastic Grading Slab
|.4838 Troy Ounce
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