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2000 $10 Library of Congress Bi-Metallic PCGS Certified Uncirculated Coin Gold & Platinum
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Description
The 2000 $10 Library of Congress Bi-Metallic Uncirculated Coin is a unique numismatic item certified by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). This coin, made of a combination of gold and Platinum, is notable for being the first bimetallic ten-dollar coin issued by the United States Mint. The uncirculated designation suggests that the coin has not been used in general circulation and maintains most of its original mint luster. PCGS certification assures collectors of the coin's authenticity and condition, which is especially important for a coin with such a distinctive composition. The bi-metallic nature and the Library of Congress theme make it a significant collectible, celebrating the institution's 200th anniversary and the mint's innovation in coinage.
Material
Platinum
Item Weight
1/2 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity
0.9995
Attributes
Certified
Numismatic
Includes
Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
Original Box
Condition
Pure Qualified
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