Results for: 1909

In US Coins

What is the value of a 1909 us quarter?

1909 is a relatively common date for Barber Quarters. Look on the back of the coin to see if there's a small mint mark letter below the eagle. It may be blank or there may be (MORE)
In Coins and Paper Money

What is the value of a 1909 US cent?

There are 6 possibilities for a cent dated 1909. Some are very valuable, others are only moderately rare. Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 03/201 (MORE)
In Celebrity Relationships

Who was a famous film star in 1909?

In the year 1909, film movies were considered "degrading." Actorsand actresses did not use their names. There were around 9,000movie theaters in the U.S. in 1909.
In Political Office Holders

Who was the president in 1909?

This depends on the country/organization. See related questions. US: Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt to March 4, then William Howard Taft . Theodore Roosevelt was the (MORE)
In Coins and Paper Money

How can you tell a 1909 penny from a 1909 replica penny?

There is no easy way to convey in text what you have to really look for. The first thing to do is look if "COPY" or "REPLICA" is stamped on the coin, if that is on it, the coi (MORE)
In European Cars

Was there cars in 1909?

Yes, there were. The first cars came out in the late 1800's ( around 1880-1900 ).
In History of the United States

Who was president 1909?

The 27th President of the United States was William Howard Taft from March 4, 1909 to March 4, 1913
In History

What happened between 1909-1913?

William Howard Taft was president Between that he passed the sixteen amendment of the United State constitution
In Firearms

What cal 1909 mauser is?

If you're referring to the Argentine Modelo 1909, it uses the 7.65x53 cartridge... a rather uncommon round, but surplus ammo can be found for them. On the side of the receiv (MORE)
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you spell 1909?

The number 1909 is "one thousand, nine hundred and nine." The year 1909 is spoken "nineteen-oh-nine."