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2000 $10 Library of Congress Bi-Metallic Uncirculated Coin Gold & Platinum (w/Box & COA)
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Highest Bid
$1,000.00
+94.53%
+$485.95/unit
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$1,249.00
+141.10%
+$730.95/unit
Description
The 2000 $10 Library of Congress Bi-Metallic Uncirculated Coin is a distinctive numismatic piece as it is the first-ever bimetallic coin issued by the United States Mint, combining gold and Platinum in one coin. This coin was created to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Library of Congress and features an uncirculated finish, typically a stronger strike than circulating coins, with a matte-like appearance. The coin carries a face value of $10 and was offered with original government packaging, including a display box and a Certificate of Authenticity (COA). The combination of two precious metals and the celebration of a significant cultural institution make this coin a unique collectible and a tribute to American history and achievements in arts and knowledge.
Material
Platinum
Item Weight
1/2 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity
0.9995
Attributes
Numismatic
Includes
Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
Original Box
Condition
Pure Qualified
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