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U.S. Mint Commemorative Gold Coins

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U.S. Mint Modern Commemorative Gold Coins

The United States Congress authorizes the minting of commemorative coins to celebrate and honor American people, places, events and institutions. Although these coins are legal tender, they are not minted for general circulation.

Each commemorative coin is produced by the United States Mint in limited quantity and is available for a limited time. Though the U.S. Mint offers the coins directly to the public for a short period of time at a set price, acquisitions of certified versions of the coins occur on the open market, with supply and demand driving the prices.

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About the Coin

Obverse - Olympic Torch Runners

Reverse - Head of an American eagle

Engraver & Designer - John Mercanti and James Peed

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .4838 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Picture of Nike, goddess of victory, in a wreath of olive leaves

Reverse - Olympic flame

Engraver & Sculptor - Elizabeth Jones & Marcel Jovine

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Sprinter in a burst of speed

Reverse - The Olympic Rings and the American Bald Eagle

Designer & Engraver - James Sharpe, T. James Ferrell, James Peed

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - World Cup Trophy

Reverse - 1994 World Cup USA logo

Designer & Engraver - William J. Krawczewics and Dean McMullen

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Runner carrying torch

Reverse - Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak

Engraver - Frank Gasparro

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Picture of Olympic Stadium

Reverse - Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak

Sculptor & Engraver - Marcel Jovine and Frank Gasparro

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - The lighting of the Olympic flame

Reverse - The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves

Designer & Engraver - William Krawczewicz and Frank Gasparro

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Athlete bearing a flag and a following crowd

Reverse - The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves

Sculptor, Engraver & Designer - Patricia L. Verani and William Krawczewicz

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Portrait of Jackie Robinson

Reverse - Inscription "Legacy of Courage"

Engraver - James Peed and William C. Cousins

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Portrait of Jackie Robinson, the first black Major League Baseball player.

Reverse - Inscription "Legacy of Courage"

Engraver - James Peed and William C. Cousins

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Crystal Emblem superimposed on top of the Games' secondary identity mark entitled: "Rhythm of the Land," celebrating the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Reverse - Olympic flame in relief atop a cauldron

Engraver - Donna Weaver

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Stylized eagle holding a quill pen

Reverse - Constitutional slogan, "We the people"

Engraver & Sculptor - Marcel Jovine

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - The Capital Dome

Reverse - Eagle atop a canopy overlooking the Old Senate

Engraver - John Mercanti

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Madison studying the Bill of Rights

Reverse - Madison quote, an eagle, torch and laurel branch

Designer - Scott R. Blazek and Joseph D. Pena

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - American serviceman celebrating victory

Reverse - "V" for Victory in center with Morse code for the letter superimposed

Designer - Charles J. Madison and Edward Southworth Fisher

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Civil War bugler on horseback sounding a call to the troops

Reverse - Image of a bald eagle, symbol of American strength

Engraver - Don Troiani and Alfred Maletsky

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Picture of James Smithson

Reverse - Smithsonian starburst symbol

Engraver - Al Maletsky and T. James Ferrell

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

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About the Coin

Obverse - Picture of James Smithson

Reverse - Smithsonian starburst symbol

Engraver - Al Maletsky and T. James Ferrell

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Portrait of President Roosevelt

Reverse - Presidential seal displayed at FDR's 1933 inaugural

Engraver & Designer - T. James Ferrell, James Peed and Thomas D. Rogers

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Bust of President George Washington

Reverse - Heraldic Eagle with outspread wings

Engraver - Laura Gardin Fraser

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Hand of Minerva raising the torch of learning over the dome of Jefferson building

Reverse - The Library of Congress seal encircled by a laurel leaf

Engraver - John Mercanti and Thomas D. Rodgers

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .4838 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Corinthian column

Reverse - Image of the original Capitol building

Engraver - Elizabeth Jones

U.S. Mint Facility - Philadelphia, PA

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - A rendition of the Old Mint originally prepared for the San Francisco Mint Medal

Reverse - A replica of the 1904 Morgan Silver Dollar eagle

Designer - Sherl J. Winter and George T. Morgan

U.S. Mint Facility - San Francisco, CA

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Close-up view of liberty

Reverse - An eagle in flight

Engraver - Elizabeth Jones

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

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About the Coin

Obverse - Close-up view of liberty

Reverse - An eagle in flight

Engraver - Elizabeth Jones

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - American eagle flying above the Mount Rushmore

Reverse - Mount Rushmore Memorial

Engraver & Designer - John Mercanti, Robert Lamb and William Cousins

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Portrait of Christopher Columbus facing a map of the new world

Reverse - Crest of the Admiral of the Ocean Sea

Engraver - T. James Ferrell and Thomas D. Rogers

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Portrait of Orville and Wilbur Wright

Reverse - An eagle in flight, above an image of the Wright 1903 Flyer, the first powered, heavier-than-air machine to achieve controlled, sustained flight with a pilot aboard

Engraver - Donna Weaver and Norman E. Nemeth

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .4838 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Capt. John Smith greeting an American Indian carrying a bag of corn

Reverse - A current rendering of Jamestown Memorial Church, the only original remaining structure in Jamestown

Engraver & Designer - John Mercanti, Susan Gamble and Norm Nemeth

U.S. Mint Facility - West Point, NY

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

About the Coin

Obverse - Two young eaglets resting on a branch in their natural habitat

Reverse - The current Great Seal

Engraver & Sculptor - Susan Gamble, Phebe Hemphill and Don Everhart

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

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About the Coin

Obverse - Two young eaglets resting on a branch in their natural habitat

Reverse - The current Great Seal

Engraver & Sculptor - Susan Gamble, Phebe Hemphill and Don Everhart

Weight - .24187 oz

Investment Grade Coins

Certified coins in perfect MS70 or PF70 condition are considered actual "museum-quality." With their flawless finish, perfect condition and rarity, they are preferred by both collectors and investors. Since they are true collectibles, they are not as subject to the ups and downs of the commodities market, which has made their value more stable over time than gold bullion alone. The U.S. Gold Bureau recommends these coins as a long-term store of value, to help protect your portfolio from turbulent economic times.

Source

Mintage figures provided by the United States Mint. Population numbers are from NGC, July 2012.

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More Information About Modern Commemorative Coins

Modern commemorative gold coins from the U.S. Mint celebrate American history and culture and a surcharge on the coins when purchased from the Mint helps to support popular causes. For example, a portion of the proceeds from the Capitol Visitor Center commemorative coins helped to fund the construction of a new visitor center under the U.S. Capitol's East Plaza.

According to the U.S. Mint, more than $418 million has been raised to help build museums, maintain national monuments like the Vietnam War Memorial, preserve historical sites like George Washington's home and support various Olympic programs.

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