The 1984 Olympics Commemorative $10 gold coin was part of a trio of coin designs to commemorate the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles, California. The $10 gold coin was the first gold commemorative issued in the U.S. in more than fifty years. Although considered legal tender, Modern Commemoratives are not issued for general circulation. These breathtaking $10 Gold Commemoratives are prized among gold coin collectors and investors alike. Struck to honor the most exceptional events, people and places in American history, these highly sought after gold coins are enduring testaments to the spirit of the Olympic Games and a must-have for every serious collector.
• Manufacturer: U.S. Mint
• Minting Location: Four Different U.S. Mint Facilities
• Denomination: $10
• Gold Content: 90% gold (0.4837 oz. of gold)
• Diameter: 27 mm
Obverse: Two Olympic runners holding a torch. The Olympic Ring appears to the left.
Reverse: A rendition of the Great Seal of the United States featuring a heraldic eagle.
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