How much is a 1929 five dollar gold piece copy worth?
As a copy, it's not worth much of anything.
How much is a copy of a 500 dollar confederate states of America Richmond February 17 1864 bond worth?
The word "COPY" is a dead giveaway. That means it's a replica coin and definitely not the real thing. Unless includes the name, weight and fineness of precious metal somewhere on the design, the copy is most likely made of a base metal plated with brass or a tiny amount of gold. In that case it's only worth a couple of dollars as a conversation piece.
This is a rather tricky question, there were some dollar coins minted in 1964 which have the Peace Dollar design, however, all of them were supposed to have been melted down and none have been independently confirmed and owning them is technically illegal. However, in recent years there have been 1964 fantasy silver dollars which many times don't have "COPY" stamped into them because there are supposed to be no 1964 silver dollars in existence…
What is the value of 1804 silver dollar copy from gallery mint museum eureka springs AR 1992 in box as shipped with a booklet of history of of 1804 silver dollar?
It is impossible to say. Copy coins are made out of a wide variety of materials. A copy coin contains no collector value, but it may be made out of precious metals that could make it be worth something. However, there is no set standard for copy coins, the vast majority of copy "gold" coins are gold plated copper or another base metal, making them nearly worthless. However, there are some gold copy coins made…