This week's special offer features the first legal tender gold coin created by the U.S. Mint since production was halted by Presidential Order in 1933. This coin, with a $10 face value, commemorated the 1984 Summer Olympic Games, held in Los Angeles. Only 430 of these coins have been certified in perfect MS70 condition by NGC, making them very scarce.
Also available is the 2000 $10 Library of Congress commemorative coin, which is the first-ever "bimetallic" coin from the U.S. Mint. The coin design is highly unique, with a a platinum disk in the middle surrounded by a gold ring around the outer edge. This fact, along with an NGC MS70 population of only 804, makes the Library of Congress coin highly sought after by both collectors and investors.
Depending on your interests, there are many other commemorative coins available that you may find appealing. Browse our U.S. Mint Commemorative Coins page to see our full selection.
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