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5 Gold Eagle Coin

5 gold eagle coin

    gold eagle
  • (Gold Eagles) Modern gold bullion coins. American gold Eagles are products of the U.S. Mint, and since their debut in 1986 have become this country’s most popular gold bullion coin. Struck in a traditional coinage alloy of 91.

  • make up; "coin phrases or words"

  • a flat metal piece (usually a disc) used as money

  • Make (metal) into coins

  • Invent or devise (a new word or phrase)

  • mint: form by stamping, punching, or printing; "strike coins"; "strike a medal"

  • Make (coins) by stamping metal

  • It is an irrational algebraic number. The first sixty significant digits of its decimal expansion are: which can be rounded down to 2.236 to within 99.99% accuracy. As of April 1994, its numerical value in decimal had been computed to at least one million digits.

  • five: being one more than four

  • five: the cardinal number that is the sum of four and one

5 gold eagle coin - Us Gold

Us Gold Counterfeit Detection Guide (Official Whitman Guidebook)

Us Gold Counterfeit Detection Guide (Official Whitman Guidebook)

Whitman's United States Gold Counterfeit Detection Guide is a full-color, 224-page reference for identifying fake gold coins, from dollars to double eagles. Detailed text and high-resolution close-up photographs show specific diagnostics for nearly 200 frequently encountered counterfeits. California fractional gold and commemoratives are also studied. The text includes expert advice from professional graders, authenticators, and dealers; more than two dozen "rules of thumb" (with illustrations); a glossary; an appendix of genuine U. S. gold coin specifications and tolerances; and another appendix of physical traits of genuine gold coins, with photo close-ups. The United States Gold Counterfeit Detection Guide is the first book of its kind for U. S. gold collectors, and promises to be a standard reference in the field. Full color throughout; illustrated; 224 pages. By Bill Fivaz; foreword by Randy Campbell. Spiralbound Softcover.

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1799 $5.00 PCGS MS62, CAC

1799 $5.00 PCGS MS62, CAC

Mintage: 7,451

Small Stars variety. BD-6, Rarity-5. Dannreuther estimates that only 40-50 are known of this variety. This coin has so many positive attributes it is hard to know where to begin. The most obvious thing to discuss first is its remarkable originality and eye appeal. The surfaces are slightly Prooflike with an interspersing of frost. Both sides have superbly toned in vivid natural lime shadings which is exactly the right color for this date.The strike is nearly totally full and the planchet is perfect with no mint-made irregularities or adjustment marks.

Another positive thing that this coin has going for it is its magical 18th century date. The 1799 is one of the few early half eagles from the 18th century that can be found in higher grades. But "higher grades" in this case is a relative term as the 1799 is certainly scarce in MS60 to MS61 and quite rare in properly graded MS62. In grades above this, the 1799 is nearly unobtainable. A very important early half eagle.

Ex Bowers and Merena 11/09: 3667 where it realized $43,700. The coin has subsequently been approved by CAC.

1806 Pointed 6 $5.00 NGC AU55

1806 Pointed 6 $5.00 NGC AU55

Mintage: 9,676

Pointed 6. BD-4, Rarity-5. One of around three dozen estimated to exist by Dannreuther. 1806 half eagles are known with two distinct varieties: Pointed 6 and Knobbed 6. They are further distinguishable by the fact that the Pointed 6 has its stars arranged 8x5 while the Knobbed 6 has its stars arranged 7x6. The Pointed 6 is, by far, the scarcer of the two and it is seldom seen in grades above AU58 to MS61.

This pleasing example shows deep natural green-gold color and has more than enough dirt lodged in the recesses to prove its originality. As is typical for this die variety, the strike is flat at the centers; see the Bass-Dannreuther book, page 288, for another example. There are no adjustment marks or noticeable abrasions and the overall eye appeal of this coin is excellent for the grade. In my opinion, the 1806 Pointed 6 is among the more undervalued of all early half eagles and this is a nice Bust Right piece

5 gold eagle coin

5 gold eagle coin

The Double Eagle

They are the most valuable coins on earth . . .
Only a handful still exist, each one worth millions . . .
Now they have vanished from an impenetrable
fortress . . . and the killings have begun.
Somehow, impossibly, someone has invaded Fort Knox and stolen five of the world's last remaining Double Eagles -- the $20 gold coin ordered destroyed by President Roosevelt during the Great Depression. Now, one has resurfaced during an autopsy in France -- in the stomach of a murdered priest.
Disgraced FBI agent Jennifer Browne needs to recover the priceless coins to resuscitate her stalled career -- and her investigation is pointing her toward Tom Kirk, a brilliant international art thief who wants to get out of the game. But Kirk's only chance for freedom -- and survival -- is to find the missing coins, joining Browne, an unlikely ally, on a breakneck race across the globe and into the lethal heart of a shocking conspiracy of greed and power . . . and death.

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