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U.S. Mint 1/2 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal (Random Year)

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U.S. Mint 1/2 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal (Random Year)


The US Mint 1/2 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal is an impressive series from the U.S. Mint that honors the nation’s most accomplished musicians, painters, authors, architects and actors. Commemorative art is probably one of the oldest forms of art, as it focuses on people and events that are considered important for society.

The obverse of each ½ Oz Commemorative Arts Gold Medal holds a portrait of the American artist honored that year.

At various times medal dealers, collectors, manufacturers and researchers appreciate the idea of “making history” through producing commemorative medals. Medals are not like coins, where millions were made, they are unique and extensively graded. Coins circulate and are often available in thousands, while medals don’t circulate and most are one of a kind with different factors that influence their value.

The bullion value of these medals comes from the metal they were made from. Commemorative Arts Medals are made of 90% gold, which means they will add a great contribution to an investor’s portfolio. The historic value of these medals are inspired by great American artists creating beautiful one of kind designs. The collector value is very high as many investors are after these medals worldwide.

Medal Features:

  • Each medal in this set is made of 90% gold and 10% copper.
  • Product by the well-know manufacturer - U.S. Mint.
  • Approximate weight - 0.5 troy oz. of pure gold.
  • Secondary Market.
  • Beautiful and impressive design.
  • Resell-able on the market.
  • Safely wrapped and packaged for delivery.

Obverse (Varies):

  • Marian Anderson (1980) - Famed African - American opera singer (the first African - American to perform with the Metropolitan Opera in New York.)
  • Willa Cather (1981) - Author who chronicled frontier life on the Great Plains. (she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for One of Ours (1922), a novel set during World War I)
  • Frank Lloyd Wright (1982) - World-renowned architect whose works include Fallingwater. (He developed a style known as the Prairie school, which strove for "organic architecture").
  • Alexander Calder (1983) - Sculptor who invented the kinetic mobile.
  • John Steinbeck (1984) - Author and winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the Nobel Prize. (He is widely known for the comic novels Tortilla Flat (1935)).

Reverse (Varies):

  • Two hands holding a globe
  • Woman pushing a plow
  • A building with a landscape
  • A mobile
  • Farm motif

Why buy the U.S. Mint 1/2 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal?

  • Great price for the amount of gold.
  • The product is guaranteed and 100% authentic .
  • Commemorative medals are highly cherished on the market.
  • Diversify any portfolio.
  • Rare opportunity to own one of the few commemorative medals from U.S. Mint.

If you are looking for an impressive addition to your collection, this US Mint 1/2 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal is perfect. Don’t hesitate to contact us at 800.852.6884 for any questions, our customer service representatives are always happy to help. Like all of our products, this gold medal is 100% authentic.

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