Information and History of $10 2000 Library Gold Coin
Value of 2000 $10 Library of Congress Gold Commemorative
The 2000 $10 Gold Library of Congress Commemorative Coin was the first of its kind, being made out of two different medals. The mint intended to show that the turn of the century was bringing new minting methods, therefore they produced a coin that was made out of two medals: gold and platinum. The outer rim of the coin is made with gold, while the center is made with white platinum. Do not confuse this for white gold. This beautiful coin represented the 200th anniversary of our largest library. This coin is very desirable in both regular and proof strikes, as it holds two precious medals and represents technological advances. This coin was minted at the West Point Mint
Obverse: Liberty – 2000 – Library of Congress – In God We Trust | Reverse: United States of America – Ten Dollars – E Pluribus Unum
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