1989, each three-coin set comprising: one gold five dollar, West Point Mint, designed by John Mercanti, obverse: The Capital Dome, reverse: the eagle from the Old Senate Chamber (8.359 gms); one silver dollar, Denver Mint, designed by William Woodward, obverse: The Statue of Freedom, reverse: The Mace of the House of Representatives (26.730 gms); and one copper and nickel half dollar, Denver Mint, designed by Patricia L. Verani and William Woodward, obverse: Bust of the Statue of Freedom, reverse: The Capitol Building (11.340 gms), 6 coins total, , est: $600/800
*Price Realized: $840.00

Condition: Each: uncirculated, with original cases and certificates of authenticity. Minor, slight bumping to corners of outer cases.

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