NOTE THIS LISTING IS FOR A SINGLE COIN, PHOTO IS FOR REFERENCE ONLY.
The United States Mint is well known for the production of the American Eagle coin series, featuring silver, gold, and platinum issues, as well as the America the Beautiful and American Gold Buffalo. However, the mint strikes numerous other commemorate and bullion offerings each year. Today, you have the chance to purchase $5 US Mint Commemorative Gold Coins from varied years, BU and proof specimens, online from Gold Club Direct.
Since 1986, the US Mint has produced commemorative gold coins featuring 90% gold content. The coins are the same size and weight as the traditional $5 Liberty Gold and $5 Indian Gold coins, with each design celebrating a different iconic moment or person from American history.
In this unique product listing, you have the opportunity to purchase $5 US Mint Commemorative Gold Coins. Gold Club Direct guarantees these coins will be in either BU or proof versions. A BU coin has no signs of wear and tear, though you may notice a range of minor flaws including breaks in the luster, spotted surfaces, or contact marks from the production process.
The gold coins available here today come from varied years of production, generally ranging from 1986 to 2011. Gold Club Direct cannot guarantee exactly which coin you’ll receive with your purchase today. The obverse and reverse design of the coin you get, as well as its status as a BU or proof specimen, is dependent upon the availability of coins in our warehouse when your order is processed for shipping.
Available designs include iconic people and moments such as the Statue of Liberty, former presidents, and the Star Spangled Banner. The Statue of Liberty is a design that features on countless American coins, and depicts the nation’s memorable symbol of freedom as it stands in New York City’s harbor.
The United States Mint is the official sovereign mint of America. Founded through passage of the Coinage Act of 1792, it started with a single building in Philadelphia and has grown and shrunk over the years. Today, the Mint has four coining facilities: San Francisco, Denver, Philadelphia, and West Point. The bullion depository at Fort Knox is also part of the United States Mint and the Department of the Treasury.