$5.00 US Gold Commems (PCGS Certified)
PCGS Certified $5 U.S. Gold Commemoratives - When it comes to commemorative coins, no nation has surpassed the United States! Since 1986, the Mint has produced beautiful $5 commemorative Gold coins that have honored important aspects of American history and culture. Commemorative coins have real historical significance, giving them an appeal that allures even those normally uninterested in numismatics. This category offers coins that have all been certified by PCGS, one of the top two coin grading services which gives you a guarantee that you will receive the coins you purchase in the exact condition you select.
$5 Gold Commemorative coins come in a wide variety of subject matters giving a wide range of options when starting or growing any collection. Browsing our selection, you will find U.S. Commemoratives honoring important people, places and events in our nation's young history. Each of these coins offer a memorial of our history that you can hold in your hand.
This category contains the PCGS Certified $5 Gold Commemorative Coins. PCGS uses the Sheldon Grading Scale from 1 (barely identifiable) to 70 (absolute perfection). Each coin comes sealed and guaranteed to arrive in the condition you select.
To view available PCGS Certified $5 Gold Commemorative coins or to get Gold prices, click on the image below representing the Gold coins of your interest:
General Douglas MacArthur served 52 years in the United States Army and became one of the most decorated members of America's armed forces as he continued moving up the ranks from soldier all the way up.... Read More
This $5 Gold commemorative coin honors the 26th Olympiad in Atlanta, Georgia in 1996. The obverse design by Patricia L. Verani features American athletes bearing their flag during the games' opening ceremonies. The re.... Read More
This $5 Gold commemorative coin honors the 26th Olympiad in Atlanta, Georgia in 1996. The obverse design by Patricia L. Verani features American athletes bearing their flag during the games' opening ceremonies. The reverse.... Read More