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English: 1834 G$5 Classic Head
Gold (fineness 0.8990), 22.5mm, 8.36g, designed by William Kneass
JN2015-6740-41
Date (coin), 2015 (image)
Source National Numismatic Collection, National Museum of American History
Author US Mint (coin), National Numismatic Collection (photograph by Jaclyn Nash)
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