This commemorative eagle was struck to celebrate the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympic Games and was the first U.S. gold piece issued in more than 50 years.
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The obverse features 2 runners carrying the Olympic torch. An eagle, modeled after the one on the Great Seal is shown on the reverse.
Product Type: Single Products
Commemorative Series: Los Angeles Olympiad (1983-1984)
1984 OLYMPIC GOLD TEN DOLLAR SPECIFICATIONS (see specification card.)
Mint mark: S (San Francisco Mint)
Diameter: 1.06 in (27.00 mm) - U S. Gold Eagle Size
Fineness: .900 Fine - 21.6 karat
Weight: .538 troy oz. (16.718g)
Content: Gold .484 troy oz. (15.046g)
Copper .054 troy oz. (1.672g)
Traditional content for US Gold coinage
Listed today, 7/19/19, on Ebay for $1,429