2015 $100 American Liberty GOLD High Relief MS70

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This high relief coin is rendered in intimate detail, a sculpture of the highest quality in miniature.

Justin Kunz has designed an updated version of Liberty for the obverse of this coin. Liberty is shown standing proud, wearing a laurel wreath and holding an American flag in her left hand and with a torch held aloft in her right hand. The flickering flames of the torch and leaves on the wreath interplay with the inscription "LIBERTY." The inscription also includes "2015," and "IN GOD WE TRUST," plus the initials of designer Justin Kunz (JK) and sculptor Phebe Hemphill (PH).

Rendered in meticulous detail, the reverse of this coin features artist Paul Balan's design of an eagle flying, holding an olive branch in its talons, symbolizing freedom. Balan's well-balanced design is paid close attention to detail by sculptor Don Everhart that it is possible to see the individual feathers on the eagle, the leaves on the branch and sense them moving in the breeze. The inscribed words include "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," "ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS," "1 OZ .9999 FINE GOLD". The mint mark for West Point "W," plus the initials for designer Paul Balan (PCB) and sculptor Don Everhart (DE) are engraved on the reverse.

Overview of the 2015 $100 American Liberty Gold Coin:

  • .9999 fine gold
  • Mint State 70
  • Issued by: U.S Mint
  • Nominal value $100
  • Year issued: 2015
  • Number issued: 50,000
  • Gross weight 31.103 grams
  • Actual weight: 1 troy oz
  • Diameter: 30.61 mm
  • Thickness: 3.128 mm
  • Designers: Justin Kunz, Phebe Hemphill, Paul Balan and Don Everhart

Established in 1792, the U.S. Mint produces and distributes precious metal and collectible coins and national medals. Operating six facilities around the United States; the West Point branch gained recognition in 1988, making it the most recent facility to do so.

At the U.S. Gold Bureau, we offer a wide range of ways to invest in precious metals. Whether you're looking for gold or silver bars or coins, platinum or palladium, we can help you. Browse our website to see our extensive range of investments, which will help to secure your financial future.

All of our products, whether coins or bars, are wrapped and packaged with care, ensuring safe delivery to you.

Some of the precious materials we offer can be held in a self-directed IRA, providing you with the associated tax benefits. Additional paperwork would need to be completed at the time of purchase, for more information contact an Investment Representative, and we'll be happy to assist you.

Specifications:

More Information
Coin Series High Relief
Purity 24 Karat
Mint/Refinery U.S. Mint
Metal Type Gold
Face Value $100
Grade MS70
Coin Type Investment Grade
Modern or Historical Modern
Grade Service NGC
Year 2015
Metal Weight 1 troy oz

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