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This bullion program preceded the Gold American Eagle program to honor popular Americans for the arts. These medals were produced by the U.S. Mint for five years (1980-1984) and contain 1 oz of pure Gold!
- Contains 1 oz actual Gold weight.
- Coins come in protective packaging.
- Obverse: Design varies by year.
* 1980 - Grant Wood
* 1981 - Mark Twain
* 1982 - Louis Armstrong
* 1983 - Robert Frost
* 1984 - Helen Hayes
- Reverse: Varies with each issue.
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Add the 1 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal to your cart today!
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.
Dates on these random year medals will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.
Low Mintage 1 oz Gold Commemoratives a Must Have
Even though these medals were minted in a five-year period, they are a low mintage while supplies last. The U.S. Mint 1 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medals are one of the first artistically inspired commemorative arts program. The daring designs make them an easy choice for numismatic collectors because these commemorative arts medals are unique and offer high value. Lovers of the arts can also appreciate these low mintage 1 oz Gold Commemoratives from the U.S. Mint. Buy Gold from APMEX today.
Preserving the Arts through these 1 oz Gold Commemoratives from APMEX
The U.S. Mint 1 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medals are a way to preserve the arts and instill in the public the importance of artistic ventures. The medals honor men and women who have made a large contribution to the artistic community including Mark Twain (Author), Robert Frost (Poet), Louis Armstrong (Jazz Music), Helen Hayes (Acting) and Grant Wood (Painting). The spirit of the series is one to behold and it is one that will provide lasting value to your Gold investment or collection.
These Brilliant Uncirculated medals were minted at the West Point Mint.
97% of reviewers recommend this product
Date:Aug 2, 2016
I bought these for their low premium over spot. I received the Grant Wood (1980) design that has no indication of metal content, and they have a copper-like sheen. I tend to be paranoid of counterfeits and never became fully convinced of them being genuine, especially because of the slight discoloration that looks like they're copper or brass on the surface (these have a little more copper than other 22k gold coins). Will definitely stick to other coins in the future when it comes to gold because confidence in having a store of value is a key reason I bought gold.
- Value (low premium over spot)
- Collectible (lower mintage)
Date:Mar 5, 2015
Date:May 2, 2014
US Mint produced product at a price comparable to secondary market gold rounds. Very nice design, some very small scratches, but normal for secondary gold. Not a substitute for AGE or even a new assay-card generic - but if are looking for secondary market generic gold - this is a great option.
- Attractive Design
- Value (low premium over spot)
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Date:Mar 25, 2014
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