Gold 5 Dollar Coins

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  • (Dollar coin (Canada)) The Canadian 1 dollar coin (commonly called Loonie) is a gold-coloured, bronze-plated, one-dollar coin introduced in 1987. It bears images of a common loon, a well-known Canadian bird, on the reverse, and of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.
  • (Dollar coin (United States)) Dollar coins have been minted in the United States in gold, silver, and base metal versions.
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
  • An alloy of this
  • coins made of gold
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
  • 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
gold 5 dollar coins - 2007 -
2007 - 2010 P First 14 Presidential Golden Uncirculated Dollar Coins Set From Philadelphia Mint
2007 - 2010 P First 14 Presidential Golden Uncirculated Dollar Coins Set From Philadelphia Mint
14 BU Coins in cardboard holder. Please read before buy: Uncirculated coins may vary to some degree because of blemishes, toning, or slight imperfections. List of items you will receive: One of each 2007-P George Washington 2007-P John Adams 2007-P Thomas Jefferson 2007-P James Madison 2008-P James Monroe 2008-P John Quincy Adams 2008-P Andrew Jackson 2008-P Martin Van Buren 2009-P William Harrison 2009-P John Tyler 2009-P James K Polk 2009-P Zachary Taylor 2010-P Millard Fillmore 2010 P Franklin Pierce.

83% (17)
1795 $5.00 NGC AU55
1795 $5.00 NGC AU55
Mintage: 8,707 (est.) Small Eagle reverse. BD-4, Rarity-5. The 1795 is certainly among the most popular of all early half eagles and for good reason. It is, of course, the very first year in which this denomination was ever produced and, along with the 1795 eagle, it is one of the first two gold coins struck at the fledgling United States mint. It is likely that as many as 750 are known today. From the standpoint of numbers graded, the 1795 Small Eagle half eagle isn’t a “rare” coin in AU grades. But the PCGS and NGC numbers are misleading because they include many really ugly coins as well as numerous pieces that I feel are enthusiastically graded, to say the least. The surfaces are nearly flawless with a virtual lack of abrasions and no adjustment marks. In fact, the only negative thing I could say about this coin is that the strike is a bit weak at the centers but this appears to be the case for most examples of the BD-4 variety; even those in high grades. Today, nice AU’s are worth around $50,000-60,000 but when you consider the historic significance of this issue I don’t think they are overvalued.
1876-CC $5.00 NGC AU58, ex Bass Collection
1876-CC $5.00 NGC AU58, ex Bass Collection
Mintage: 6,887 Bass Collection Pedigree. Only 6,887 1876-CC half eagles are known and this date is scarce in all grades. It is unique in properly graded Uncirculated (the amazing Eliasberg coin that I purchased in July 2002 for $138,000 is now in a private collection and is graded MS66 by NGC) and very rare in AU55 to AU58. The present example is remarkably attractive for the date and grade with deep natural orange-gold coloration atop vibrant, uncommonly frosty surfaces. There is some light friction on the obverse and a faint, shallow mint-made flake near star two that serves as identification. The NGC population figure for the 1876-CC half eagle in AU58 is heavily inflated by resubmissions and the piece in an NGC MS61 holder is far less visually appealing than this example; not too mention not as well pedigreed. The last nice NGC AU58 to sell at auction was Goldberg 5/06: 3854 which sold for $21,850. Ex Bowers and Merena 5/00: 517 (as PCGS AU55; $14,950), Bass collection, Stack's 5/70: 934, DiBello collection.

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