If you have a vested interest in the monetary history of the United States, our 1922 $500 Gold Certificate Ingot is an essential item for your collection. Issued by the U.S. Treasury from 1865 to 1928, gold certificates were a banknote that could be exchanged for an equivalent amount of gold. With a fixed gold price at the time of $20.67 per ounce, this piece of paper currency was equal to almost a pound of weight in solid gold.
The History of the 1922 $500 Lincoln Coin Gold Certificate
Of all the gold certificates produced by the United States, the $500 Gold Certificate was the most popular denomination for all of these valuable pieces of paper, mostly because it featured our nation's greatest President: Abraham Lincoln. It was also the last large-size gold certificate produced in this denomination. Each of these notes bears the signature of Speelman and White, and all are prized by collectors for their appeal, historical significance, and rarity.
In 1933, private ownership of gold and gold certificates was outlawed. Most "Lincoln $500 Gold Certificates" were confiscated and destroyed, and ownership remained banned for over 30 years until 1964. Today, less than fifty 1922 $500 Gold Certificates are known to exist, and they maintain extraordinary value. A 1922 $500 Gold Certificate with signs of heavy circulation can still command thousandsat a sale, and a pristine example recently sold at auction for more than $50,000.
Commemorate History With a Gold Certificate Ingot
Now you can add a 24k gold-layered tribute to this historic gold certificate to your collection! While few will have the chance to own an authentic gold certificate, you can commemorate this important step in the evolution of national currencywith a 1922 $500 Gold Certificate Ingot. Available exclusively from American Mint, this exquisite gold certificate ingot features a highly detailed reproduction of the rare and valuable 1922 $500 GoldCertificate.
The obverse features Abraham Lincoln and the 500 denominational seal that stands out in highly detailed relief from the mirror finish of the ingot's background. Our 1922 $500 Gold Certificate Ingot also bears all the most exquisite printed detail embossed into the surface for an exact representation of the paper currency. Just like the original banknote, the reverse features a bald eagle in flight carrying the American Flag as its central image.
Add a 1922 $500 Gold Certificate Ingot to Your Collection Today
With a brilliant 24-karat gold finish and fantastic attention to detail, our 1922 $500 Gold Certificate Ingot gives you the chance to preserve this important piece of history in your own private collection. We know you will love your 1922$500 gold certificate commemorative coin, and we offer a money-back guarantee on all of our products to ensure your complete satisfaction.
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