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U.S. Mint 1/2 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal Marian Anderson

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This 1/2 oz Gold Commemorative Arts Medal was released in 1983 and was the fourth medal to be released in the Gold Commemorative Arts Medals series, which began in 1980 and culminated in 1984.                        
                        
                           
Arts Medal Highlights: 
  • Contains 1/2 oz of Gold. 
  • Coins come in protective packaging. 
  • Mintage of 33,546. 
  • Obverse: Portrait of Marian Anderson. 
  • Reverse: Features open hands holding a globe and the message "Unity God's Way". 
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It is a great time to purchase Gold American Arts Medals as it represents National Arts and Humanities. The American Arts Medals are a part of United States history that bridges the gap between the era of outlawed Gold (initiated in the early 1930s) and the start of the highly popular American Eagle bullion program in 1986. These medals honor popular American writers, singers, sculptors, architects, and other artists and are a great investment as a bullion medal.

Marian Anderson was born February 27, 1897 and died April 8, 1993. In the mid-twentieth century, Anderson was an important figure for black artists struggling to overcome racial prejudice in the United States. She was a classical music artist as well as a delegate to the United Nations Human Rights Committee. She gave concerts all over the world and was an active participant in the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. As a recipient of numerous awards that include the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Kennedy Center Honors, the National Medal of Arts, and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, Marian Anderson is truly an inspiration worthy of this 1/2 oz Gold Arts Commemorative produced to honor her.                        
                    


Mint Generic - Various
Year 1980
Country United States
Weight .5
Purity 90
Status Active

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