U.S. Gold Commemorative pictures and info
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The 1984 Olympic Gold Commemorative was the first U.S. gold coin issued in more than 50 years, and was the first U.S. Coin to bear the W mint mark for West Point Mint. It was designed by John Mercanti from a concept by James Peed and was also minted at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Fransisco Mints respectively.
The coin had a denomination of $10 and was issued in a proof and business strike version alike. The Business strikes where minted at the West Point Mint while the Proofs where struck at the others.
Date Mintage PR67 MS67 Values
1984P 33,309 $375
1984D 34,533 $390
1984S 48,551 $360
1984W 381,085 $360
The 1984 Olympics
"The 1984 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXIII Olympiad, was an international multi-sport event held in Los Angeles, California, United States in 1984. Los Angeles was selected as the host of the Games on May 18, 1978 on the 80th IOC session at Athens, Greece, without a vote, because it was the only city that submitted a bid to host the 1984 Summer Olympics."