HALF EAGLE GOLD COINS : HALF EAGLE
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Half Eagle Gold Coins
- a former gold coin in United States worth 5 dollars
- The Half Eagle is a United States coin that was produced for circulation from 1795 to 1929, and in commemorative and bullion coins since the 1980's. Composed almost entirely of gold, it has a face value of five dollars.
- Literally, half the value of an Eagle. The Eagle was defined by the Mint Act of 1792 as equal to ten silver dollars.
- A gold coin is a coin made mostly or entirely of gold. Gold has been used for coins practically since the invention of coinage, originally because of gold's intrinsic value.
- Coin minted in gold, such as the American Eagle or the Canadian Maple Leaf.
- Gold dollar | Quarter Eagle ($2.50) | Three-dollar piece | Half Eagle ($5) | Eagle ($10) | Double Eagle ($20)
Lot of 10 - 1861-D $5 Liberty Head Half Eagle Gold Coins - Replica
1861-D LIBERTY HEAD HALF EAGLE GOLD COIN HISTORY: This variety (Variety 1) of the Liberty Head $5 Half Eagle was minted between 1839 and 1908. The coin, designed by Christian Gobrecht, weighed 8.359 grams, and had a composition of 90% gold and 10% copper. In 1866 the reverse of the coin was changed (Variety 2) to include the motto 'In God We Trust', above the eagle. These coins come in airtight removable plastic protectors. All our replica coins, reproduction coins, or copy coins comply with the US Hobby Protection Act - 15USC-2101 regarding the sale and manufacture of reproduction coins. Unless stated as .999 silver replica coins, all gold and silver reproduction coins are plated. All our reproduction coins, replica coins, and/or copy coins are non-monetary.
1845-O $5.00 SS New York NGC MS63*
Of all the shipwrecks that have been found in the last decade, the S.S. New York contained some of the most numismatically significant coins. Included were a small group of very high grade New Orleans half eagles and eagles. One of the most interesting coins was this remarkable 1845-O half eagle, the highest graded example of this date seen by NGC and among the finest known.
If you saw this coin in a "regular" NGC holder (as opposed to the holder it is currently in which is marked with the SSNY pedigree) you would be hard-pressed to identify its origin as it lacks the matte-like texture seen on most coins from this source. The luster on this coin is very satiny and the color is a light green-gold hue that is quite pleasing. The obverse shows a bit of mint-made roughness in the planchet, mostly in the lower right field while the reverse has a few minor marks and scratches including one below ES in STATES.
To the best of my knowledge, this is the third finest known example of this date, trailing only the Bass-Gilhousen coin (graded MS63 by PCGS and off the market in a tightly-held collection) and the Milas coin (graded MS63 by PCGS and crossed-over from an NGC holder in 2005). In its prior auction appearance, this piece set a record price for the date.
Ex: Stack's 7/08: 2066 ($43,125), S.S. New York shipwreck.
1892-O $5.00 PCGS MS62+
After a nearly four decade hiatus, the New Orleans mint began striking half eagles again. Only 10,000 were struck and this issue seems to have seen little circulation. Around 100-125 exist with most in the AU grades and showing deep, highly detracting marks.
The present example, which I believe is new to the market (2011), is probably the third finest known (trailing a PCGS MS64 and a PCGS MS63) both of which are off the market in advanced collections. This piece shows soft, satiny luster below lovely rich orange gold hues. The color gets deeper at the borders and forms concentric patterns on both sides.
There are just a few too many marks to rightfully call this coin an MS63 but, jeez, it is certainly close and it clearly blows away any MS62 1892-O half eagle that I've seen. This is a coin that is recognized as one of the rarer New Orleans half eagles both in terms of in-grade and overall rarity.
half eagle gold coins
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