2006 American Eagle Gold

2006 american eagle gold
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  • 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
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
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2006 american eagle gold - 2006 AMERICAN
We are proud to offer this beautiful American Eagle Silver Dollar Proof that comes in its original US Mint box with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
The American Silver Eagle is the official silver bullion coin of the United States. It was first released by the United States Mint on November 24, 1986. It is struck only in the 1 troy oz denomination which has a nominal face value of one dollar and is guaranteed to contain one troy ounce of .999 pure silver.
It is authorized by the United States Congress and its weight and content is certified by the United States Mint. The American Silver Eagle bullion coin may be used to fund Individual Retirement Account investments. The Silver Eagle has been produced at three mints: one is the Philadelphia mint, and some of those issued there carry a "P" mintmark; in the early years of the series, the San Francisco mint issued proofs and these bear an "S"; more recent proofs are from the mint at West Point, New York. The latter have a "W" on the reverse.
Don't miss out on this fabulous coin which displays beautiful frosted cameos with mirror like fields.

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World War 2 Memorial
World War 2 Memorial
Gold Star Wall at the World War 2 Memorial, Washington DC ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The notes on this photo are for the group DCChain May 2006 Scavenger Hunt "gold" Gold Star Memorial Wall at the World War 2 Memorial. There are 4000 stars each representing 100 lives lost in WW2. The use of the gold star is in honor of the "Gold Star Moms" organization which gave flags with a gold star on to each family who lost a member in the war effort The National World War II Memorial design recognizes that the site itself pays special tribute to America's WWII generation. The memorial design creates a special place within the vast openness of the National Mall to commemorate the sacrifice and celebrate the victory of WWII, yet remains respectful and sensitive to its historic surroundings. The vistas from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial and the site's park-like setting are preserved, and the double row of elm trees that flank the memorial have been restored. Above all, the design creates a powerful sense of place that is distinct, memorable, evocative and serene Plaza The memorial plaza and Rainbow Pool are the principal design features of the memorial, unifying all other elements. Two flagpoles flying the American flag frame the ceremonial entrance at 17th Street. The bases of granite and bronze are adorned with the military service seals of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Army Air Forces, Coast Guard and Merchant Marine. Ceremonial steps and ramps lead from 17th Street into the plaza. A series of 24 bronze bas relief panels along the ceremonial entrance balustrades depict America's war years, at home and overseas. Announcements of the memorial are located at the 17th Street ceremonial entrance. Curvilinear ramps at the north and south approaches provide access to the plaza for visitors walking along the existing east-west pathways between the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument. These ramps provide a gentle entry to the plaza. Granite benches follow the curvilinear rampart walls. Pavilions Two 43-foot pavilions serve as markers and entries on the north and south ends of the plaza. Bronze baldacchinos are an integral part of the pavilion design. Four bronze columns support four American eagles that hold a suspended victory laurel to memorialize the victory of the WWII generation. Inlayed on the floor of the pavilions are the WWII victory medal surrounded by the years "1941-1945" and the words "Victory on Land," "Victory at Sea," and "Victory in the Air." These sculptural elements celebrate the victory won in the Atlantic and Pacific Theaters. Pillars Fifty-six granite pillars celebrate the unprecedented unity of the nation during WWII. The pillars are connected by a bronze sculpted rope that symbolizes the bonding of the nation. Each state and territory from that period and the District of Columbia is represented by a pillar adorned with oak and wheat bronze wreaths and inscribed with its name; the pillars are arranged in the order of entry into the Union, alternating south to north across the plaza beginning adjacent to the Field of Gold Stars. The 17-foot pillars are open in the center for greater transparency, and ample space between each allows viewing into and across the memorial. A couple of additional items here…the Oak wreaths represent the industrial complex that the US had developed to help sustain the troops….a strong symbolism…..The Wheat wreaths represent American as bread basket to the world. The open area in each column also signifies the losses of men from their states…to show that every state and territory lost civilians, not just as a way to see thru the memorial Commemorative Area Within a commemorative area at the western side of the memorial is recognized the sacrifice of America's WWII generation and the contribution of our allies. A field of 4,000 sculpted gold stars on the Freedom Wall commemorate the more than 400,000 Americans who gave their lives. During WWII, the gold star was the symbol of family sacrifice. Rainbow Pool and Waterworks The historic waterworks of the Rainbow Pool are completely restored and contribute to the celebratory nature of the memorial. The design provides seating along the pool circumference for visitors. Semi-circular fountains at the base of the two memorial pavilions and waterfalls flanking the Freedom Wall complement the waterworks in the Rainbow Pool. Landscaping Two-thirds of the 7.4-acre memorial site is landscaping and water, allowing the memorial to nestle comfortably within its park-like setting. The ceremonial entrance has three large lawn panels between the monumental steps. The elm trees have been restored to their original splendor, and a replanting plan replaced unhealthy trees. A landscaped contemplative area is located at the northwestern corner of the site. Canopies of flowering trees augment
People who was born the same day as me (22/7)
People who was born the same day as me (22/7)
Cool! Two queens, a king, a prince... maybe there?s a crown for me hehehe 1210 - Joan of England, Queen consort of Scotland, wife of Alexander II of Scotland (d. 1238) 1478 - King Philip I of Castile (d. 1506) 1510 - Alessandro de' Medici, Duke of Florence (d. 1537) 1535 - Katarina Stenbock, wife of Gustav I of Sweden (d. 1621) 1559 - Lawrence of Brindisi, Italian monk (d. 1619) 1621 - Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury, English politician (d. 1683) 1711 - Georg Wilhelm Richmann, Russian physicist (d. 1753) 1713 - Jacques-Germain Soufflot, French architect (d. 1780) 1733 - Mikhail Shcherbatov, Russian philosopher and writer (d. 1790) 1755 - Gaspard de Prony, French mathematician (d. 1839) 1784 - Friedrich Bessel, German mathematician and astronomer (d. 1846) 1844 - William Archibald Spooner, English priest and scholar (d. 1930) 1848 - Adolf Friedrich V, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (d. 1914) 1849 - Emma Lazarus, American poet (d. 1887) 1863 - Alec Hearne, Former England cricketer (d. 1952) 1882 - Edward Hopper, American painter (d. 1967) 1887 - Gustav Ludwig Hertz, German physicist, Nobel laureate (d. 1975) 1888 - Kirk Bryan, American geologist (d. 1950) 1888 - Selman Waksman, Ukrainian/American biochemist, Nobel laureate (d. 1973) 1889 - James Whale, English film director (d. 1957) 1890 - Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, American Kennedy family matriarch (d. 1995) 1892 - Jack MacBryan, Former England cricketer and Olympic gold medallist (d. 1983) 1893 - Jesse Haines, American baseball player (d. 1978) 1893 - Karl Menninger, American psychiatrist (d. 1990) 1898 - Stephen Vincent Benet, American author (d. 1943) 1898 - Alexander Calder, American artist (d. 1976) 1905 - Doc Cramer, American baseball player (d. 1990) 1908 - Amy Vanderbilt, American author (d. 1974) 1909 - Dorino Serafini, Italian racing driver (d. 2000) 1913 - Licia Albanese, American opera singer 1913 - Gorni Kramer, Italian bandleader (d. 1995) 1915 - Shaista Suhrawardy Ikramullah, Pakistani politician, diplomat and author. (d. 2000) 1916 - Gino Bianco, Brazilian racing driver (d. 1984) 1916 - Marcel Cerdan, French boxer (d. 1949) 1921 - William Roth, U.S. Senator (d. 2003) 1923 - Bob Dole, American politician 1923 - Lillian Ellison, American professional wrestler (d. 2007) 1923 - Mukesh, Indian singer (d. 1976) 1924 - Margaret Whiting, American singer 1928 - Orson Bean, American film actor 1929 - John Barber, British racing driver 1932 - Oscar De la Renta, Dominican/American fashion designer 1934 - Louise Fletcher, American actress 1935 - Tom Cartwright, Former England cricketer (d. 2007) 1936 - Tom Robbins, American author 1937 - Yasuhiro Kojima, Japanese professional wrestler (d. 1999) 1937 - John Price, Former England cricketer 1937 - Vasant Ranjane, Former Indian cricketer 1938 - Terence Stamp, English actor 1939 - Gila Almagor, Israeli actress 1940 - Judith Walzer Leavitt, American college professor 1940 - Alex Trebek, Canadian game show host 1941 - George Clinton, American musician 1941 - Ron Turcotte, Canadian jockey 1943 - Kay Bailey Hutchison, U.S. Senator from Texas 1943 - Bobby Sherman, American singer and actor 1944 - Estelle Bennett, American singer (Ronettes) 1944 - Rick Davies, British musician (Supertramp) 1944 - Dennis Firestone, Australian racing driver 1944 - Sparky Lyle, American baseball player 1946 - Danny Glover, American actor 1946 - Mireille Mathieu, French singer 1946 - Paul Schrader, American film director and screenwriter 1946 - Stephen M. Wolownik, Russian musician (d. 2000) 1947 - Albert Brooks, American comedian 1947 - Gilles Duceppe, Canadian politician 1947 - Don Henley, American musician (Eagles) 1948 - Otto Waalkes, German comedian 1949 - Alan Menken, American composer 1949 - Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Ruler of Dubai and PM of UAE 1949 - Lasse Viren, Finnish athlete 1950 - S. E. Hinton, American novelist 1951 - J. V. Cain, American football player (d. 1979) 1953 - Jimmy Bruno, American jazz guitarist 1953 - Sylvia Chang, Taiwanese actress 1954 - Pierre Lebeau, Canadian actor 1954 - Lonette McKee, American actress 1954 - Al Di Meola, American guitarist 1955 - Willem Dafoe, American actor 1957 - Dave Stieb, American baseball player 1958 - David Von Erich, American professional wrestler (d. 1984) 1958 - Tatsunori Hara, Japanese professional-baseball player and coach 1960 - Jon Oliva, American musician (Savatage) 1961 - Calvin Fish, English racing driver 1961 - Keith Sweat, American singer 1962 - Steve Albini, American writer, recording engineer and musician (Big Black, Rapeman, Shellac) 1962 - Martine St. Clair, Canadian singer 1963 - Emilio Butragueno, Spanish footballer 1963 - Rob Estes, American actor 1963 - Emily Saliers, American singer (Indigo Girls) 1964 - Rafael Addison, American basketball player 1964 - Adam Godley, British actor 1964 - John Leguizamo, Colombian actor 1964 - Don Van Natta, Jr

2006 american eagle gold
2006 american eagle gold
Double Eagle: The Epic Story of the World's Most Valuable Coin
"A thrilling page-turner....This is a great read."—Publishers Weekly, starred review
One coin, for years the only known 1933 twenty-dollar Double Eagle in the world, has inspired the passions of thieves and collectors, lawyers and charlatans. Its extraordinary story winds across seventy years and three continents, linking an almost unbelievable cast of characters: Theodore Roosevelt and a Philadelphia gold dealer with underworld connections; Egypt's King Farouk and an apple-cheeked Secret Service agent; London's most successful coin dealer and a retired trucker from Amarillo, Texas.

Alison Frankel's stylish narrative hums at the pace of a thriller. Her meticulously researched descriptions and vivid character studies bring the coin's history to life and illuminate the world of coin collecting, where the desire to possess often borders on madness. 8 pages of illustrations

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