US Constitution Coins Silver Dollar & Gold Five Dollar Coin Set Proof COA 1987
This United States Constitution Coin set includes two proof quality coins - one silver dollar and one gold five dollar.æ Both coins are held in a hard plastic case.æ A velvet box is included with this set for safe storage and display.æ This coin set comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Department of the Treasury, United States Mint.æ The certificate describes each coin with the following details:
Silver Dollar - Condition: Proof; Date: 1987; Mint: San Francisco; Diameter: 38.10mm; Fineness: 0.900 pure silver; Weight: 26.730 grams; Obverse Design: Quill pen, a sheaf of parchment & the words "We the People"; Reverse Design: A cross section of Americans from various periods of history
Gold Five Dollar - Condition: Proof; Date: 1987; Mint: West Point; Diameter: 21.59mm; Fineness: 0.900 pure gold; Weight: 8.359 grams; Obverse Design: Eagle holding a massive quill pen; Reverse Design: Quill pen with the words "We the People"
The velvet box measures 5 1/2" x 2 3/4".
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