1989 P $10 Gold NGC PR70 UCAM w/Michael Castle Signature - Less than 50 in Population

1989 P $10 Gold NGC PR70 UCAM w/Michael Castle Signature - Less than 50 in Population
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1989 P $10 Gold NGC PR70 UCAM w/Michael Castle Signature - Less than 50 in Population Between 1986 and 1993, $10 Gold Eagles were struck at the Philadelphia Mint and are engraved with the P-mintmark. The date of the coin 1989, is shown in Roman Numerals MCMLXXXIX. This coin is showcased in perfect PR70 UCAM condition by NGC and has been hand signed by Michael Castle, the Coinage Congressman. The Honorable Michael was a two-term Governor of Delaware and near twenty-year member of the US House of Representatives and is directly responsible for some of the most important and popular modern US coins. While in Congress, he wrote and/or sponsored the bills that created the American Buffalo Gold coins, Platinum Eagles, 50 State Quarters Program, the Presidential Dollar Series, the America the Beautiful Quarters Program and a number of modern commemoratives including the 2006 silver dollars that honored Benjamin Franklin, an ancestor of Castles. Specifications Date: MCMLXXXIX (1989)Mint: PhiladelphiaCondition: Proof 70 UCAMSignature: Michael CastleMetal: GoldWeight: Half-ouncePurity: .9167Diameter: 27 mm

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1989 P $10 Gold NGC PR70 UCAM w/Michael Castle Signature - Less than 50 in Population Between 1986 and 1993, $10 Gold Eagles were struck at the Philadelphia Mint and are engraved with the P-mintmark. The date of the coin 1989, is shown in Roman Numerals MCMLXXXIX. This coin is showcased in perfect PR70 UCAM condition by NGC and has been hand signed by Michael Castle, the Coinage Congressman. The Honorable Michael was a two-term Governor of Delaware and near twenty-year member of the US House of Representatives and is directly responsible for some of the most important and popular modern US coins. While in Congress, he wrote and/or sponsored the bills that created the American Buffalo Gold coins, Platinum Eagles, 50 State Quarters Program, the Presidential Dollar Series, the America the Beautiful Quarters Program and a number of modern commemoratives including the 2006 silver dollars that honored Benjamin Franklin, an ancestor of Castles. Specifications Date: MCMLXXXIX (1989)Mint: PhiladelphiaCondition: Proof 70 UCAMSignature: Michael CastleMetal: GoldWeight: Half-ouncePurity: .9167Diameter: 27 mm