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1993-P Gold and Silver 5 coin PCGS PF 69DC Philadelphia Set

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  • Title: 1993-P Gold and Silver 5 coin PCGS PF 69DC Philadelphia Set
  • Purity: Varies
  • Metal: Gold and Silver
  • Weight: Varies

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The set contains,1/10 Oz., ¼ Oz., ½ Oz. American Gold Eagle's, 1 oz. American Silver Eagle and the Philadelphia Bicentennial Medal in Proof.

Struck to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the minting of the first regular issue U.S. coins produced for general circulation.
The medal is the only of its kind.

American Gold Eagle Obverse

The front of each Gold American Eagle features the famed Augustus Saint-Gauden Liberty. Designed at the turn of the 20th century, the image of liberty at the foregound of the Capital with an olive branch in her left hand and a lit torch in her right. It is considered to be one of our countries most beautiful monetary designs.

American Gold Eagle Reverse

Shown on the back of the Gold American Eagle is a modern design created in 1986 at the beginning of the American bullion coin series. All the standard inscriptions appear on the back around the eagles imagery, below are the weight and purity of each coin.

American Silver Eagle Obverse

On the front of the each Silver American Eagle is the Adolph A. Weinman's walking liberty design featured on the silver half dollar of 1916-1947. The image depicts liberty walking towards the left of the coin with a billowing american flag wrapped around her form, with her arm outstretched as she hold an olive branch in the other.

American Silver Eagle Reverse

The back of the Silver American Eagle shows a traditional representation of the heraldic eagle, with 13 stars above the proud figure. Weight and purity, which is guaranteed by the United States government is shown.

Philadelphia Bicentennial Medal Obverse

Shown on the front of the Silver Proof Philadelphia Mint Bicentennial medal is the "Inspecting the Coins" scene as depicted in John Ward Dunsmore's 1914 oil painting. Central figures in the scene are Martha Washington as she looks over a tray of newly minted coins held by Mint Chief Engraver Henry Voigt; the man seen encouraging the  First Lady to have a closer look is Mint Director David Rittenhouse. The men standing directly behind Martha are (from right to left) Thomas Jefferson, George Washington and Alexander Hamilton who stand near his wife.

Philadelphia Bicentennial Medal Reverse

 Shown on the back of the medal are the various and famous designs to have been minted at the Philadelphia Mint. Some include: Walking Liberty Half Dollar, Eisenhower dollar, the Buffalo Nickel, the Kennedy Half-Dollar, and the first U.S. cent.



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