1984-W Los Angeles Olympiad Gold $10

West Point Mint


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Don’t let this historic 1984-W $10 gold coin run away! It was the first-ever U.S. coin to display a “W” mint mark, the first U.S. gold coin struck in over half a century, plus the first commemorative of this denomination. Struck at the prestigious West Point Mint, this 90% gold eagle coin honored the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. It picked up the proud tradition of gold U.S. coinage last struck for circulation in 1933. Available in Uncirculated or Proof, our choice.

The obverse shows two runners carrying the Olympic Torch. A heraldic eagle appears on the reverse. Mintage of this major numismatic first was only 381,085 coins. Over 35 years later, most are in private collections. So, get yours today!