Gold Commemoratives

United States gold commemoratives have a relatively short, but rich history. Today referred to as classic gold commemoratives, thirteen gold commemorative coins were struck from 1903-1926. Of these, two, the Round and Octagonal Panama Pacific coins, are extremely rare. The first modern gold commemorative was first struck in 1984 to celebrate the 23rd Olympiad in Los Angeles. The themes of subsequent issues have largely coincided with those of silver commemoratives, celebrating the people, organizations, and events that have formed and continue to form the country that we know today. Keep reading to learn more about gold United States commemorative coins and to browse our inventory below. 

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  1. 8PC 1928 $10-$10000 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG 70

    $390.00 As Low As $378.50
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    • 1+ $390.00 $378.50
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  2. 1928 $50 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG GEM

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    • 1+ $29.95 $29.07
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  3. 1928 $5000 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG GEM

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    • 1+ $29.95 $29.07
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  4. 1928 $500 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG GEM

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  5. 1928 24kt Gold Foil $100 Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG Gem Uncirculated

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  6. 1928 $10000 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG GEM

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  7. 1928 $20 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG GEM

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  8. 2020 Netherlands 1 Euro Gold Operation Market Garden Commemorative Stamp Uncirculated

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    • 1+ $49.95 $48.48
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  9. 1928 $10 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG GEM

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    • 1+ $29.95 $29.07
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  10. 1928 $1000 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG GEM

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  11. 8PC 1928 $10-$10000 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG GEM

    $235.00 As Low As $228.07
    or $117.50 / month
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    • 1+ $235.00 $228.07
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  12. 1928 $10000 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG 70

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    • 1+ $49.95 $48.48
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  13. 1928 $100 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG 70

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    • 1+ $49.95 $48.48
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  14. 1928 $50 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG 70

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    • 1+ $49.95 $48.48
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  15. 1928 $5000 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG 70

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    • 1+ $49.95 $48.48
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  16. 1928 $1000 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG 70

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    • 1+ $49.95 $48.48
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  17. 1928 $500 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG 70

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    • 1+ $49.95 $48.48
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  18. 1928 $20 24K 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG 70

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    • 1+ $49.95 $48.48
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  19. 1928 $10 24k 100 mg Gold Certificate Commemorative PMG 70

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    • 1+ $49.95 $48.48
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  20. 2020-W $5 Gold Basketball Hall of Fame NGC PF70 First Day of Issue w/Basketball Core

    $869.00 As Low As $843.36
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  21. 2020-W $5 Gold Basketball Hall of Fame NGC MS69 First Releases

    $675.00 As Low As $655.09
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Apollo 11 Commemorative

On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, supported by Michael Collins, became the first men ever to set foot on the surface of the moon. In doing so, they inspired the world by expanding the possibilities for what man could accomplish while concurrently winning a major American victory in the Space Race against the USSR. The United States Mint commemorated the 50th anniversary of the occasion in 2019 with its second ever domed gold commemorative. While nearly all gold commemorative coins appeal to collectors with an interest in history, this one in particular is ideal for those looking for a little inspiration from their collections.

Breast Cancer Awareness Rose Gold Commemorative

In recent years, breast cancer awareness has become a pet cause for countless people and organizations. This is hardly surprising given that one in eight women get the disease over the course of their lifetimes. Even those who have not had the disease themselves invariably known multiple people who have. In 2018, the US Mint struck its first ever pink-gold coin to make a contribution of its own to the effort. Unlike other gold commemoratives, this one was 85% gold, 14.8% copper, and the remainder zinc. The coins originally carried a $35 surcharge that would go to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of New York. Featuring one woman fighting breast cancer and one woman who beat it on the obverse, as well as a Tiger Swallowtail butterfly on the reverse, the coin serves as a reminder to those fighting the disease and those who have overcome it that they are not alone and that there is hope for them.

National Park Service Commemorative

The National Park Service was established in 1916 to manage America’s national parks and monuments. As of 2018, the agency was responsible for 419 units including 61 national parks. In 2016, the United States Mint commemorated the centennial anniversary of the service with a gold commemorative. The coin features two of America’s greatest conservationists, John Muir and President Theodore Roosevelt, as well as the Half Dome of Yosemite National Park on the obverse. On the reverse is the logo of the National Park Service. Roosevelt’s presence on the coin broadens its appeal. Not only is the coin perfect for those who love America’s great outdoors, but Roosevelt’s tough and rugged image also has a unique place in the American psyche.

1995 Olympic Gold Commemorative

In 1996, the world set its eyes on Atlanta as athletes from around the world competed in the Olympic Games on the 100th anniversary of the first modern Olympics. The United States Mint celebrated the occasion in part with a Gold Commemorative that features some of the Games’ most iconic images. The obverse design features the torch burning prominently next to the Olympic Stadium. On the reverse is an eagle, which holds a ribbon with the anniversary dates, “1896-1996,” inscribed on it. The coin serves as a reminder of the unforgettable moments from the Games that are indelibly marked on Americans’ minds, from Muhammad Ali lighting the Olympic cauldron to the tragic attack that killed two and injured over a hundred more.