$10 American Gold Commemorative

$953.99

The modern era $10 Commemorative Gold coin is a legal tender coin that was introduced by the US Mint in 1984. Since then, Modern Commemorative The commemorative gold coin minted for the 1984 Olympics was the first U.S. gold piece issued in more than 50 years.  The weight, size and fineness are the same as for the previous ten-dollar coin, issued in 1933. These coins make excellent gifts, are very affordable and a great way to own gold and a piece of history.

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Description

Commemorative coins celebrate and honor American people, places, events, and institutions.  Authorized by Congress, each coin is crafted to be rich in symbolic history and cultural significance. These products not only provide beautiful additions to any coin collection—they capture the American culture.

Additional information

Sovereign Origin

United States

Year

1984

Mint Mark

D- Denver, P Philadelphia, S – San Francisco, W – West Point

Metal

AU – Gold

Mintage

497,478 proof strike; 75,886 business strike

Denomination

$10

Strike Type

Business, Proof

Manufacturer

US Mint

Precious Metal Content (troy oz)

.4838