Posted on Jun 2, 2020

Money Metals Exchange

The US Mint began issuing modern $5 gold commemorative coins in 1986. The idea was to honor important figures and events in American history. One of the most common examples is the gold coin which marked the 1996 Olympic games held in Atlanta, GA.

Each of these coins contains 0.2419 ozs of gold content and they are 90% pure. This is the same content and alloy used in older pre-1933 gold coins of the same $5 denomination. They are limited issue. And they are a fantastic way to add interest to your precious metals holding.
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