Who minted 1901 five dollar gold coins?
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\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nI assume you mean a 5 dollar piece. It should have a picture of Miss Liberty on one side, and eagle on the other, and be about the diameter of a nickel but heavier. \n. \nThe value of many gold coins is now determined as much by their metal content as their numism…atic worth. Circulated 1901 $5 pieces retail from about $150 if worn, up to $200+ in Extremely Fine condition (effecitvely no detectable wear).\n. \n. \n. \nA 1901 Half Eagle 5$ gold piece (no mint mark or S mint mark) in very fine condition is worth $140.00, \nin uncirculated condition is worth $200.00, Proof is worth $8,500.00. There is also some 1901S half eagles \nthat were struck with the 1 over 0, and these are worth more. (MORE)
Answer . \nIf you are referring to the Presidential dollars that were issued without edge lettering, a fair retail price might be $30 to $40, although I'm sure people are selling them for more on eBay.\n. \nFWIW, as I assume you know, these coins do not actually contain gold. They're struck in… a copper-nickel-manganese alloy that is golden in color, but they only contain a few cents worth of metal. (MORE)
More information is needed. Please post a new question indicating the coin's date and mint mark, if there is one. Also, note how much wear the coin shows. All of these factors affect a coin's value.
$150 to $200 depending on condition. More: According to USA Coin Book, in 1901, the Coronet Head $2.50 Gold Quarter Eagle was minted in Philadelphia only. In very fine condition, this coin is worth about $180 up to about $360 in MS60 mint condition. In MS63 choice uncirculated grade, this coin… is worth an estimated $980. Proof coins were also minted here and are worth about $6,500 in PR63 choice proof grade. The current gold content value of this coin is worth about $163 as of 10/2010. (MORE)
If it is a graded coin by PCGS or NGC its value can be found by going to the PCGS website( just google to find) grade and serial # will be listed and of course better the grade, better the value example a pcgs rated MS-64 1901 20$ gold is valued today at 3250.00. More: The type of coin minted …in 1901 is the Coronet Head $20 Gold Double Eagle, which was produced in Philadelphia and San Francisco. According to USA Coin Book, these are the prices: Philadelphia (no mint mark): In very find condition, this coin is worth about $1,340 up to about $1,470 in MS60 mint condition. An MS63 choice uncirculated coin is worth about $1,900. Proof coins were minted here and are worth over $26,000 in PR63 choice proof condition. San Francisco (small "S" mint mark): In very find condition, this coin is worth about $1,340 up to about $1,470 in MS60 mint condition. An MS63 choice uncirculated coin is worth about $4,000. As of 10/2010, the gold content of this coin is worth about $1,300. (MORE)
If you mean numismatic VG condition (actually fairly well worn), about $20. If you mean relative to being quite worn, then maybe $35.
This coin's gold value is now higher than its collector value. If worn, it would sell for about $475. If in nearly new condition, about $550.
If you have a Coronet Head Double Eagle $20 gold coin, its value in very fine conditon (VF20) is: $1200.
In 1911, the US Mint produced Indian Head $5 Half Eagle gold coins. If you have a 1911 coin, its value in extra-fine condition (EF40) is: $425.00.
Silver, not gold. E Pluribus Unum, not "eplurius" (check the spelling on the coin) Plus, ALL coins have that motto so it doesn't help to ID a particular item. Presumably it IS a dollar coin, at least. In that case the gold color is because it was plated for use in jewelry or similar. That woul…d make it an altered coin worth only its metal value, about $14 as of 08/2008 (MORE)
The US made 2 varieties of $20 coins. . The Liberty Head variety has its mint mark position on the back under the eagle: No mint mark = Philadelphia D = Denver S = San Francisco CC = Carson City O = New Orleans . The St. Gaudens variety has its mint mark above the date: No mint mark… = Philadelphia D = Denver S = San Francisco. (MORE)
You must be in possession of a Liberty Head Half Eagle - the composition of this coin is: 0.9 gold and 0.1 copper; its weight is: 8.36 gms of which 0.241 oz of pure gold.
The exact value of a 1901 ten dollar gold coin would actually bedependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors wouldinclude authenticity, condition and gold content of the coin.
The worth of a 1905 Liberty Head Five Dollar gold coin ranges from$340 to $380 in average condition. At the very least, they areworth $320.
Please provide enough details to ID it. What date? What mint mark? How worn is it?
Please look a bit more closely. The mint mark is almost certainly an O for New Orleans. The Dahlonega Mint closed in 1861 and Denver didn't open until 1906 so a 1901-D coin is not possible. OTOH if the mint mark is truly a "D" it's almost certain you have either an altered coin or a counterfeit, and… it would need to be inspected in person. Assuming it's genuine its value would be a close to that of 1/2 oz. of gold, depending on how much of the coin is worn off. As of 09/2008 that's somewhere between $485 and $545. (MORE)
Please check again and post a new question with more information. Specifically, the U.S. didn't make any gold coins in 1949. In fact, gold coins had been removed from circulation in 1933. If your coin is from another country and/or has a different date we need to know those details. If you're …not sure, try to provide a brief description of its design. (MORE)
The 1900 Half Eagle is among the most common dates of the Liberty Head series. Circulated examples trade for prices just above the Actual Gold Weight (AGW) of the coin which is .24187oz of pure gold. The coin today (10-17-10) has a value of about $331.00
Most experts will not answer general questions of "How Much Is This Coin Worth?" mainly due to the fact that there is no simple answer. Dates, mintmarks, denomination, condition of the coin, and other factors provide a wide range of value quotes. Just the date or type of coin is not enough informati…on to answer such a question. The best advice is to obtain a book from a bookseller or local coin shop called "A GUIDE TO UNITED STATES COINS" by RS Yeoman - The "Red Book" as it is called. This book is the mainstay for coin values for dealers and collectors. The ISBNs are = ISBN-10: 079482267-3 ; and ISBN-13: 978-079482267-5. Bear in mind that the quotes in that book are top-end retail; most collectors or dealers will most likely offer slightly less. You might find older volumes in some libraries; but these may have outdated quotes. More: This coin is know as the Coronet Head "Gold Eagle" coin. In 1901, it was minted at 3 different mints: Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco. USA Coin Book lists the values as: Philadelphia (no mint mark): In very fine condition, this coin is worth about $525. A coin in MS60 mint condition is worth about $625 and a coin in MS63 Choice uncirculated condition is worth about $1,200. Proof coins came out of Philadelphia and a coin in PR63 choice proof condition is worth in excess of $12,500. New Orleans (small "O" mint mark): In very fine condition, this coin is worth about $525. A coin in MS60 mint condition is worth about $625 and a coin in MS63 Choice uncirculated condition is worth about $3,200. San Francisco (small "S" mint mark): In very fine condition, this coin is worth about $525. A coin in MS60 mint condition is worth about $625 and a coin in MS63 Choice uncirculated condition is worth about $1,200. Important Note: Gold is highly volatile these days and the value of this coin is very strongly pegged to the price of gold. 90% of the coin is made out of gold and the entire coin itself weighs 16.72 grams. (MORE)
You didn't specify the coin's date, so here's a full list. Possible mint marks are in parens; coins without a mint mark were made in Philadelphia 1838 "Classic Head" and 1839 "Liberty Head" - above the date (blank, C, D) 1840-1908 Liberty Head - below the eagle (blank,C,D,O,S,CC) 1908-1929 …Indian Head - next to the tip of the arrowheads (blank,D,O,S) Letters: C = Charlotte (1838-1861) D = Dahlonega (1838-1861) D = Denver (1906-) O = New Orleans (1840-1909) S = San Francisco (1854-) CC = Carson City (1870-1893) (MORE)
July 9, 2009. The 1987 $5 gold coin is valued from $115 to $175 depending upon the condition of the coin.
The mint mark on any coin indicates where the coin wasmanufactured. On Sacajawea dollars, there are 3 possible mintmarks; P = Philadelphia D = Denver S = San Francisco (proof coins only) Also, remember that the coins are brass - they have no goldwhatsoever.
After all of the math is done the 1901 half eagle gold coin is about 21 carat gold. They consist of 90% gold and 10% copper.
The mint mark on $20 gold coins minted from 1849 to early 1907 is located on the reverse [tails] side of the coin just beneath the eagle. The mint mark for the Saint-Gaudens $20 gold coin minted from late 1907 to 1933 is located on the obverse [heads] side of the coin just above the date.
August 10, 2009. Unless they have been certified to be a coin collectors would desire to own or unless they are proof coins, they are worth $1.
The Saint-Gaudens double eagle was produced at 3 US Mint facilities in 1924; Philadelphia which is shown here as 1924-P, Denver which is shown here as 1924-D and San Francisco which is shown here as 1924-S. To determine which coin you have you must locate the mint mark which can be found just above …the date. The letter "D" is for Denver. The letter "S" is for San Francisco. If there is no letter above the date the coin was minted in Philadelphia. The mintages for each of the coins are shown in the following list:. 1924-P.....................4,323,500. 1924-D.....................3,049,500. 1924-S......................2,927,500 (MORE)
If you mean the US one dollar coins in circulation, it's likely the United States government strikes them.
The first official $20 gold piece, or "double eagle" was a single coin minted in 1849. It's currently in the Smithsonian collection. Regular production started in 1850. The denomination was minted until 1933; all but about 10 of those coins were melted. The remaining ones are currently subject to… significant litigation over their ownership. (MORE)
The 1928 Saint-Gaudens double eagle was only struck at the Philadelphia Mint so no coins bear a mint mark. But for coins of this series that do have mint marks it's just above the date. All so the 1928 double eagle is the highest mintage (8,816,000) of any US gold coin of any type.
Only 2 mints struck double eagles that year, Philadelphia (no mint mark) and San Francisco "S" mint mark. The mint mark for all Liberty Head double eagles is on the reverse of the coin under the eagles tail.
Production has been suspended at this time due to ( the Mint claimed ) a shortage of blanks used to make the coins. So nobody knows yet.
Circulated coins have retail values of $1,320.00-$1,450.00 Uncirculated coins start at $1,490.00 to $1,600.00 depending on the grade.1907 is the last year for Liberty Head $20.00 coins and is very common.
If it has one its on the reverse just to the left of the arrow the eagle is standing on.
Retail value of the set is on average $300.00 with most of the value in the $5.00 gold piece.
Indian-head $5 gold pieces ("half eagles") were made from 1908 to1929 at the following mints: > Philadelphia (no mint mark) > Denver ("D") > San Francisco ("S") > New Orleans ("O", 1909 only) The mint mark position is on the reverse side at the left of thearrowheads.
The 1901 Liberty Head double eagle is common, average retail value in MS-60 is $1,680.00
1862 is the highest mintage of the series at 1,361,355. Only 35 Proof coins were made.
None. There were 201 1992 Australian 1/4 ounce $25 Proof gold nuggets featuring the Nailtailed Wallaby minted. There were 210 1993 Australian 1/4 ounce $25 Proof gold nuggets featuring the Whiptail Wallaby minted.
Please check the date and post new question, the US did not strike any gold coins dated 1954.
On the back under the eagle. Possible letters are: Blank = Philadelphia S = San Francisco CC = Carson City Please see the Related Question for more details.
As of today 10-29-10 the coin has a value of $135.74 it's 1/10th ounce of pure gold.
should be under the eagle on the back of coin. If no mint mark it would have been minted in Phil. Pa. I believe that year they were minted in SF. CA, Carson city, and Philly. I stand to be corrected.
The Philadelphia Issue 1899 Liberty Head eagle ( $10 gold coin ) has a mintage of 1,262,219 New Orleans: 37,047 San Francisco: 841,000
On a gold dollar coin, the mintmark is found under the wreath on the reverse. A "C" mintmark is for the Charlotte mint, an "O" mintmark is for the New Orleans Mint, a "D" mintmark is for the Dahlonega, Georgia mint (the Denver mint wouldn't be opened until after the gold dollar was discontinued), an…d an "S" mintmark is for the San Fransisco Mint. If your coin has no mintmark, it was struck at the Philadelphia mint. (MORE)
7-19-11>>> The coin is a 1/10th ounce 1986 American Eagle gold bullion coin with a value today of about $150.00
8-13-11>> In circulated condition the coin has values from $420.00-$520.00 depending on the actual grade. A 1903 Quarter Eagle is a common $5 gold coin.
The US five dollar gold piece was first minted in 1795. There were many designs. The most common designs were the Liberty Head Type (1839-1908) and Indian Head Type (1908-1929).
Minted since 1795, only the last two designs of Five Dollar Gold pieces or Half ... The mint mark can be found on Liberty Head $5 gold coins on the reverse just
Please look at the coin again and post new question. No one dollar gold coins were issued in 1879 from the San Francisco Mint.
U.S. one dollar gold coins were issued from 1849-1889. They are the lowest denomination and the smallest gold coins ever made by the United States.