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fwo_616398 - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1/2 once ou 25 Dollars Proof 2013 West Point

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1/2 once ou 25 Dollars Proof 2013 West Point MS69 PCGS
1 180.00 €(Approx. 1439.60$ | 1050.20£)
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Type : 1/2 once ou 25 Dollars Proof
Date: 2013
Mint name / Town : West Point
Quantity minted : 12716
Metal : gold
Millesimal fineness : 917 ‰
Diameter : 27 mm
Orientation dies : 6 h.
Weight : 16,97 g.
Edge : cannelée
Slab
slab PCGS
PCGS : PR69
Coments on the condition:
La monnaie est sous coque PCGS PR69DCAM
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : LI-BERTY / 2013.
Obverse description : La Liberté debout de face, tenant une torche allumée de la main droite et une branche de laurier de la gauche ; derrière, un astre rayonnant.
Obverse translation : (Liberté).

Reverse


Reverse legend : UNITED STATES OF AMERICA/ E PLURIBUS/ UNUM - IN GOD/ WE TRUST/ 1/2 OZ. FINE GOLD - 25 DOLLARS.
Reverse description : Aigle rapportant une branche vers son nid où se trouve un aigle femelle et un aiglon, signature MB - JW au-dessous.
Reverse translation : (États-Unis d'Amérique / De plusieurs ils ne font qu'un/ en Dieu, nous croyons / 1/2 once d’or fin).

Commentary


À partir de 1986, les États-Unis ont fabriqué des pièces d'or basées sur le système de l'once avec des pièces 1 once ou 50 dollars, 1/2 once ou 25 dollars, 1/4 once ou 10 dollars, 1/10 once ou 5 dollars.

Historical background


UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

(Since 1776)

Americans after the Second World War, are in a strong position: they have the monopoly of atomic weapons (until 1949), they lost only 300. 000 men during the conflict and their industry has strengthened. Under the chairmanship of the Democratic Truman, they oppose Soviet expansion and then begins the Cold War materialized in 1949 by the signing of the North Atlantic (NATO). On the external side, from 1950 to 1953, President Truman committed U.S. forces in the Korean War while from 1953 to 1961, Eisenhower tried to intervene in the politics of the Middle East. In 1953, Stalin's death allows relative relaxation and Democratic presidents Kennedy (assassinated in 1963) and Johnson fight against poverty. The Cuban missile crisis broke in 1962 and direct intervention in Vietnam took place until 1973, as troops withdraw from Vietnam while the Watergate scandal forced Nixon to resign. In 1979, the taking of hostages at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran shows the weakness of President Carter, quickly offset by the foreign policy offensive Republican Ronald Reagan. The latter stimulus as the economy and it was triumphantly re-elected in 1984. Following him, George Bush has a policy of firmness (military intervention in Panama or against Iraq to liberate Kuwait). In 1993, elected Democrat Bill Clinton that gives priority to domestic policy.

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