1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative PCGS MS64-MS66 11-Pc Set

1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66
1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66 1903-1926 U.S. Gold Commemorative 11-Pc Set PCGS MS64-MS66
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11-Coin U.S. Gold Commemorative Set -- an Instant Collection!

This set would take a regular collector years to assemble, but don’t worry -- we’ve done the hunting for you! This incredible set, one of only 472 that could ever be assembled with the included coins, features U.S. Gold Commemoratives struck between 1903 and 1926, all graded and certified by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as being in Mint State-64 (MS64) to Mint State-66 (MS66) condition. Going through these commemoratives will take you on a fantastic journey through U.S. history.

The set begins with the 1903 Louisiana Purchase $1 Gold Commemorative, struck to honor the 100th anniversary of the Louisiana Purchase. Next are three Lewis & Clark Gold Dollars, honoring the centennial of their fabled expedition.

After these come two 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition coins, a $1 coin and a $2.50 coin, both struck with great fanfare during the International Exposition in San Francisco, a celebration of the building of the Panama Canal. Following those are the 1916 and 1917 McKinley Gold Dollars, struck to help pay for the William McKinley memorial in Niles, Ohio.

Then we have two varieties of the 1922 Grant Gold Dollar, one with and one without a star, struck to help pay for a community building and five-mile highway as a memorial to former president Ulysses S. Grant. The reason for two varieties? To increase demand among collectors, of course! Finally, there’s the 1926 Sesquicentennial $2.50 Gold Coin, celebrating the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

Take a trip through U.S. History and order this fantastic set today!

Country United States
Composition Gold
Grade MS64, MS65, MS66
Denomination 1.00, 2.50
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name U.S. Mint