- $5 Gold Piece Mint Mark Tribute Set
Did you know that the very first gold piece ever struck by the US Mint was a $5 coin? In honor of this momentous event, the National Collector’s Mint has privately minted a non-monetary Gold Clad $5 Tribute Proof Set including five, 24 Karat gold-clad proofs. This is an amazing, historic set that is not only a valuable addition to your own collection, but makes a great gift for collectors and history buffs alike! They’re available on a first-come, first-served basis for just 99.00 each! The shipping, handling, and insurance is FREE, AND, when you order now, you'll also receive a magnificent 1929 Indian Head Gold Clad Tribute Proof – honoring the last-year-of-issue – valued at $20, ABSOLUTELY FREE!
These are the original coins honored in this private non-monetary tribute minting:
- The 1795 “Philadelphia” $5 Gold Coin the first ever $5 Gold Piece;
- The 1841 New Orleans $5 Coin, an extremely rare original date – only 50 pieces were made;
- AND the 1866 San Francisco $5 Gold Coin, which was the first to say “In God We Trust”!
- Plus there’s the 1911 Denver,
- And last but not least is the 1876 Carson City $5 Gold Coin, the lowest mintage date for all $5 gold pieces at Carson City.
These 5 designs are rendered as magnificent collector tribute proofs and are clad in a total of 30 milligrams of 24 karat gold, then beautifully boxed in a deluxe case with a Certificate of Authenticity. This $5 Gold Piece Tribute Set is going fast, but luckily, you can still order up to five sets, and you’ll get the FREE gift with every one!
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