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Q: Is there 1 ounce of gold in a double eagle?
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How much is a tenth ounce gold coin worth?

The $20 gold piece called (Double Eagle) weighs about an ounce.


Does a double eagle gold coin weigh 1 ounce?

The US Double Eagle gold coin weighs 1.07 troy ounces.


How much gold is in an american gold eagle coin that weighs 0.1 ounce?

The coin has 3.1103 grams of pure gold in it or 1/10th of an Troy ounce.


How much is a 1981 50 dollar double eagle gold coin worth?

It is an American Eagle gold coin, not a double eagle coin, it contains 1 ounce of pure gold, its value depends on the spot price of gold for example, today it would be worth just a bit less than $1,300. However, tomorrow it could be worth a lot more or a lot less, it just is dependent on the price of gold.


What are the gold coins the bald eagle been on the reverse side?

1/4,1/2,eagle,double eagle


What are all the names of the US?

Current Circulation Coins: One cent - no correct other name, but often colloquially called a "penny" Five cents - "nickel" Ten cents - "dime" Twenty-Five cents - "quarter" Fifty cents - "half dollar" Dollar - "buck" Susan B Anthony dollar coins were often times called "Carter Quarters", large sized dollar coins including the Eisenhower dollar which contains no silver is often called a "Silver Dollar" and Sacagewea and Presidential Dollars are often called "Golden Dollars" even though they contain no gold and should be distinguished from the much smaller and older Gold Dollar (1849-1889) that was struck in real gold. Historical Gold Coins: $1 - "Dollar" $2.50 - "Quarter Eagle" $3 - "Three Dollar Piece" $4 - "Stella" $5 - "Half-Eagle" $10 - "Eagle" $20 - "Double Eagle" Historical Coins: 1/2 Cent - "Half-cent piece" 2 Cents - "Two-Cent piece" 3 Cents - "Three-Cent Piece" (often called "trimes") 5 Cents (when struck in silver) - "Half-Dime" 20 Cents - "Twenty-Cent Piece" or "double dime" Common Bullion Coins (Though these coins have a face value listed, their actual value because of the precious metals they are struck in makes their actual value much higher than their face value) $1 Face Value, 1 troy ounce of silver - "American Silver Eagle" $5 Face Value, 1/10 troy ounce of gold - "American Gold Eagle (1/10 ounce)" $10 Face Value, 1/4 troy ounce of gold - "American Gold Eagle (1/4 ounce)" $25 Face Value, 1/2 troy ounce of gold - "American Gold Eagle (1/2 ounce)" $50 Face Value 1 troy ounce of gold - "American Gold Eagle (1 ounce)" $10 Face Value 1/10 troy ounce of platinum - "American Platinum Eagle (1/10 ounce)" $25 Face Value 1/4 troy ounce of platinum - "American Platinum Eagle (1/4 ounce)" $50 Face Value 1/2 troy ounce of platinum - "American Platinum Eagle (1/2 ounce)" $100 Face Value 1 troy ounce of platinum - "American Platinum Eagle (1 ounce)" Less Common Bullion Coins (Again, these coins have a face value listed, however their actual value based on the amount of precious metals in them makes their intrinsic value much higher than their face value) 25 Cents Face Value, 5 troy ounces of silver - "America The Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins (5 ounce)" $50 Face Value, 1 troy ounce of gold (has an American Indian on the obverse) - "American Buffalo"


What are the names of all US coins?

Current Circulation Coins: One cent - no correct other name, but often colloquially called a "penny" Five cents - "nickel" Ten cents - "dime" Twenty-Five cents - "quarter" Fifty cents - "half dollar" Dollar - "buck" Susan B Anthony dollar coins were often times called "Carter Quarters", large sized dollar coins including the Eisenhower dollar which contains no silver is often called a "Silver Dollar" and Sacagewea and Presidential Dollars are often called "Golden Dollars" even though they contain no gold and should be distinguished from the much smaller and older Gold Dollar (1849-1889) that was struck in real gold. Historical Gold Coins: $1 - "Dollar" $2.50 - "Quarter Eagle" $3 - "Three Dollar Piece" $4 - "Stella" $5 - "Half-Eagle" $10 - "Eagle" $20 - "Double Eagle" Historical Coins: 1/2 Cent - "Half-cent piece" 2 Cents - "Two-Cent piece" 3 Cents - "Three-Cent Piece" (often called "trimes") 5 Cents (when struck in silver) - "Half-Dime" 20 Cents - "Twenty-Cent Piece" or "double dime" Common Bullion Coins (Though these coins have a face value listed, their actual value because of the precious metals they are struck in makes their actual value much higher than their face value) $1 Face Value, 1 troy ounce of silver - "American Silver Eagle" $5 Face Value, 1/10 troy ounce of gold - "American Gold Eagle (1/10 ounce)" $10 Face Value, 1/4 troy ounce of gold - "American Gold Eagle (1/4 ounce)" $25 Face Value, 1/2 troy ounce of gold - "American Gold Eagle (1/2 ounce)" $50 Face Value 1 troy ounce of gold - "American Gold Eagle (1 ounce)" $10 Face Value 1/10 troy ounce of platinum - "American Platinum Eagle (1/10 ounce)" $25 Face Value 1/4 troy ounce of platinum - "American Platinum Eagle (1/4 ounce)" $50 Face Value 1/2 troy ounce of platinum - "American Platinum Eagle (1/2 ounce)" $100 Face Value 1 troy ounce of platinum - "American Platinum Eagle (1 ounce)" Less Common Bullion Coins (Again, these coins have a face value listed, however their actual value based on the amount of precious metals in them makes their intrinsic value much higher than their face value) 25 Cents Face Value, 5 troy ounces of silver - "America The Beautiful Silver Bullion Coins (5 ounce)" $50 Face Value, 1 troy ounce of gold (has an American Indian on the obverse) - "American Buffalo"


What was the worth of 1000 dollars in 1860 in todays money?

In 1860 we were on the gold standard. Gold at that time was worth a little over $20 an ounce (See Double Eagle Coin.) On January 28, 2010, 1 ounce of gold cost $1085.40. Thus 1000/20x1085.40= Today the gold in the coins would be worth a bit under $54,270.


What is today's 09.01.2012 of a US 5 dollar gold eagle coin?

A $5 American Gold Eagle bullion coin is 1/10th of an ounce of pure gold. The New-York market closed at $1691.60 per ounce, so the coin is worth about $169.16.


What are the four gold coins in which the eagle appears on the reverse side.?

The 1/4 eagle, 1/2 eagle, eagle and double eagle $2.50 $5.00 $10.00 $20.00


What are the four gold coins in which the eagle appears on the reverse side?

The 1/4 eagle, 1/2 eagle, eagle and double eagle $2.50 $5.00 $10.00 $20.00


What is a American eagle gold coin 10 worth?

The value of an American Eagle gold coin depends on several factors, including its year of mintage, its condition or grade, and the current market price of gold. The American Eagle gold coin is typically produced in four sizes: 1/10 ounce, 1/4 ounce, 1/2 ounce, and 1 ounce. Each size has a different face value, with the 1/10 ounce size having a face value of $5. However, the intrinsic value of the coin is based on its gold content. The American Eagle gold coins are made of 22-karat gold, with a gold purity of 91.67%. The remaining composition is copper and silver, which gives the coin durability and a distinctive reddish color. To determine the approximate value of a 1/10 ounce American Eagle gold coin, you would need to check the current spot price of gold and calculate the value based on its weight and purity. It's also worth noting that there may be additional premiums or markups associated with buying or selling the coin, depending on the dealer and market conditions.