NATIONAL CURRENCY 1922 $500 LINCOLN COMMEMORATIVE COINS VALUE $9995
- Highly in-depth picture of President Lincoln
- Full-color recreation inlay of the 1922 $500 Gold Certificate
- One of the rarest gold certificates in U.S. history
|| 9,999 total collections
| Material (information):
|| Copper, layered in 24 k gold
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||$500 Lincoln Gold Certificate
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1922 $500 Lincoln Gold Certificate Commemorative Coin
Issued by the U.S. Treasury from 1865 to 1928, gold certificates were a paper currency that the holder might exchange for a comparable quantity of gold.
The $500 Gold Certificate was the most popular denomination of these important notepads, thanks in the majority of part to the fantastic guy included on the banknote:
President Abraham Lincoln. In 1933, the FDR administration prohibited the personal ownership of gold, and a lot of $500 Gold Certificates were seized.
Today, less than fifty of the 1922 $500 Gold Certificates are understood to exist.
Our 500 Dollar Gold Coin Pays Tribute to the Original Lincoln Banknote
American Mint is pleased to use a spectacular gold celebratory coin that functions as a fitting event of the 1922 banknote and honors the tradition of our 16 th president.
Luxuriously layered in 24 K gold, our coin includes a lovely full-color recreation inlay of the banknote on the obverse, in addition to an extremely comprehensive picture of Lincoln.
We’ve restricted the minting of this distinctive proof-quality collector’s product to 9,999 total collections worldwide, so order yours now while they’re still offered.