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what is a silver 1998 silver coin witha 5 and roses on one side and a doubleheaded eagle on the other worth

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This coin has a eagle on one side and a double eagle on the other. On the side with the eagle head it has written American Eagle Bicentennial 1985 and on the side with the double eagle is written double eagle commemorative with stars and 200 years It appears to have a silver base with the eagle's done in gold. It is in a clear plastic case. Any ideas of worth?

The American Silver Eagle is a coin worth one dollar. It is an official bullion coin, meaning it is stored for its value and not traded in regular commerce. The coin is 99.9% silver, with an image of Walking Liberty on one face and the titular eagle on the other.

Like every other double-headed coin out there, it's a "magician's coin" made by cutting 2 normal silver dollars in half and swapping sides. The good news is that the silver in the "coin" is still worth about $10 to a metal dealer.

The most dominant and persevering symbol is probably the "Double-headed eagle" which, other than for the "Soviet" period, has been used as a symbol for hundreds of years. It appears on the current 1, 2, 5 and 10 Ruble coins.

You have one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver. Current value about $16. BUT I GUESS THIS IS NOT SILVER If the word PEACE is under the eagle, you have a standard-issue dollar coin made of 90% silver. Its value is around $16 depending on the price of silver.

As you have seen from other postings, double-headed coins are novelty items made by slicing apart 2 genuine coins and joining the matching halves. They have no numismatic value.

14/20 Hussar Regiment - Eagle matches the German eagle, that holds a septer in one claw and an orb in the other with a crown on its head. This badge is identical to the eagle on the WW1 Pickelhaulbe.26 Hussar Regiment - Very similar but has a Banner under it with XVI HUSSARSKings Dragoon Guards - Double-headed eagle with similar items in its claws as above and has a shield on its breast. Each head has a small crown and a larger crown is suspended between them.2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys) - This eagle is a copy of the eagle mounted on the tip of the French flag that was captured at Waterloo. The eagle is perched with its wings almost folded. Eagle rests on a plaque marked WATERLOO and has beneath it a banner with its name.Royal Dragoons - The cap badge for this regiment was not an eagle, however, its collar badges was an eagle very similar to the one for the Royal Scots Greys. This eagle has a laurel wreath hung around its neck and sits on a plaque marked "105". It is reported that this collar badge was sometimes worn as a cap device.Lanarkshire Yoemanry - Double-headed eagle with regiment's name in Title.Also, I think there was a cap badge for the American Eagle Squadron that was worn by the American fliers who joined for the RAF.Custermen

A "Double Eagle" coin is any US $20.00 gold coin, no other coin. Ten dollar gold coins are Eagles, Five dollar are Half Eagles and Two and a half dollar are Quarter Eagles.

Only the ones made as magician's coins, the same as the ones in the U.S. and other countries.

In 2002 a 1933 double eagle sold for over $7.5 million. However, not every 1933 double eagle floating around is going to be worth that much. The reason is that other than the 1933 double eagle sold in the 2002 auction, no other 1933 double eagle is legal to own. No 1933 double eagles were released for circulation, however 445,500 were minted and all were supposed to have been melted down. Some though escaped the mint and the US Secret Service has seized nearly 20 coins that had escaped the mint because they believe that they are still technically the government's property. The reason one 1933 double eagle is legal to own is because the US government issued an export certificate for it in 1933 to allow it to be exported to Egypt before realizing that no 1933 double eagles had been released for circulation.

The silver eagle coin has been the only US coin struck in pure silver. All other US silver coins were produced with an alloy of silver. Dollars, halves, quarters and dimes were produced with 90% silver prior to 1964. Halves were struck in 40% silver from 1965-1970.

The Russian/Soviet Ruble has been in circulation for hundreds of years as a coin and as a banknote, so it would depend on the year as to what is on the coin. On the pre-Soviet era One Ruble coins, the Tsar appears on the obverse, and the Double-Headed Eagle appears on the reverse. On most Soviet era One Ruble coins, the USSR (CCCP) National (coat of) Arms is on the obverse, and other than Vladimir Lenin, various national symbols, heroes and icons would be on the reverse. On the post-Soviet era One Ruble coins, the Double-Headed Eagle appears on the obverse, and the value appears on the reverse.

It is actually not a woman on the coin its George Washington. And to answer your question its called a quarter.

The 1900 Morgan Silver Dollar features the Statue of Liberty on one side, and an eagle on the other. Online collectors are buying Morgan Silver Dollars for around 100 to 300 dollars, depending on quality.

No, because other than the 1 authorized specimen they are illegal to own and technically aren't monetized (the buyers of the authorized 1933 double eagle had to pay the US mint $20 to monetize the coin). So, I suppose if you paid the millions for that one 1933 double eagle you could spend it, but otherwise no.

The double-headed eagle is a common symbol in heraldry and vexillology. It is most commonly associated with the Byzantine Empire and the Holy Roman Empire. In Byzantine heraldry, the heads represent the dual sovereignty of the Emperor (secular and religious) and/or dominance of the Byzantine Emperors over both East and West. In the Holy Roman Empire's heraldry, it represented the Church and the State. Several Eastern European nations adopted it from the Byzantines and continue to use it as their national symbol to this day, the most prominent being Russia. However, the design was in use in the East for centuries before it was officially adopted by the Byzantines, and was independently adopted as the symbol of several other historical states.

There is mention of a "Double Headed" 1969 50 New Pence coin, but there is no convincing documentary evidence to support its existence. Most of what people claim to be "Double Headed/Tailed" coins are trick or novelty coins available from magic shops. Modern minting processes make the production of a genuine "double headed/tailed" coin impossible. The only way a "double header" can be produced is if the last coin was not ejected from the die and the new blank was dropped in on top of it. The new blank will have an incuse (indented) and reversed image on one side and the normal image on the other.

The eagle. The eagle is a bird, whereas the other three are mammals.

It's a bullion piece sold for its metal value. The price of silver changes every day so to get a current value you need to either look in the financial section of a newspaper for commodity prices, or use a search site to look for the words SPOT PRICE SILVER.

Your coin is called a Morgan dollar. "American Eagle" coins are modern bullion pieces made since 1986 for collectors and investors; Morgan, Peace, and other standard-issue silver dollars were made for use in ordinary commerce. They were discontinued in 1935. Please see the question "What is the value of an 1880 US silver dollar?" for more information.

Silver dollars can be purchased in the same manner many other types of investment properties. There are specific sites though like Golden Eagle Coin that sell coins and for collectors as well.

It's a common misunderstanding that old silver dollars were called American Eagle dollars. In fact, your coin is called a Morgan dollar after its designer George T. Morgan. It was minted for spending in ordinary commerce. On the other hand, American Eagle "dollars" are 1 oz silver bullion coins minted since 1986 for sale to investors and collectors. They're not circulating coins and the $1 denomination is artificial. Please see the Related Question for more information.

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