US Mint $5 Gold Commemorative Bullion Description:
Beginning in 1986, the U.S. Mint began producing commemorative gold coins to celebrate the rich American history of people, events, and places. These collectible coins are a cost effective way for investors to add gold bullion to their portfolio.
Contains .2419 Troy oz. of gold (90% of coin)
Past issues include Olympics, U.S. Army, and Mt. Rushmore
Brilliant Uncirculated condition
Commemorative coins of iconic Americana include the Statue of Liberty (1986), Mt. Rushmore (1991), Christopher Columbus (1992), First Flight with Orville and Wilbur Wright (2003), Jamestown (2007), Bald Eagle (2008), and Star Spangled Banner (2012).
Military and government commemorative designs cover the Constitution (1987), Congress (1989), WWII (1991-1995), President James Madison (1993), Civil War (1995), Smithsonian (1996), President Franklin D. Roosevelt (1997), President George Washington (1999), Library of Congress (2000), Capitol Visitors Center (2001), San Francisco Old Mint (2006), Medal of Honor (2011), U.S. Army (2011), and 5-Star General MacArthur (2013).
Gold commemorative sports coins include Olympic Runners (1984), Olympics Nike (1988), Olympic Sprinter (1992), World Cup (1994), Olympic Stadium (1995), Olympic Torch (1996), Olympic Cauldron (1996), Olympic Flag Bearer (1996), Jackie Robinson (1997), Salt Lake Olympics (2002), and Baseball Hall of Fame (2014).
Each gold coin is .2419 troy oz of 21.6 karat gold and will arrive in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and in a plastic capsule. Add a presentation box to beautifully display these gorgeous coins. Date and design are selected at random and based on availability.