U.S. Mint 1/2 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal Alexander Calder
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Product DetailsHonors Alexander Calder, July 22, 1898 - November 11, 1976, who was a sculptor and artist known for inventing the mobile.
- Contains .5 oz of Gold.
- Minted in 1983.
- Comes in a capsule or protective plastic.
- Obverse: Features a portrait of Alexander Calder. The top has the inscription “United States of America” and along the bottom “Alexander Calder”.
- Reverse: Depicts a mobile which the artist was known for inventing.
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October is the perfect month to purchase Gold American Arts Medals as it is National Arts and Humanities Month - the nation's largest collective annual celebration of the arts. The American Arts Medals are a part of United States history that bridges the gap between the era of outlawed gold (initiated in the early 1930s) and the start of the highly popular American Eagle bullion program in 1986. These medals honor popular American writers, singers, sculptors, architects, and other artists and are a great investment as a bullion medal.
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100% of reviewers recommend this product
From:Bar Harbor, ME
Date:Jun 29, 2017
I ordered this Commemorative Arts Medal for a friend and he was delighted with all aspects of this transaction: ease and speed of purchase and delivery, plus quality of item. Thanks!
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