November 10, 2010
A gold coin that pays tribute to the U.S. Constitution’s 200th anniversary is available for purchase.
The obverse, or front, of the Constitutional Bicentennial $5 gold coin features an eagle with its talons around a quill pen and the word "LIBERTY."
The reverse of the coin features another quill pen with nine stars on the pen's left to symbolize the first colonies to ratify the Constitution. Four stars on the coin's right symbolize the remaining states.
Each coin weighs 8.359 grams, contains 0.24187 ounces of gold, and has a diameter measuring 21.6 millimeters. The coins were struck in 1987.
The uncirculated and proof versions of the coin were minted at West Point.
You can learn more about these coins and how to add physical gold to your portfolio by calling Goldline at 1-800-963-9798.
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