Two different U.S. $10.00 gold coins were struck in 1907. This was the last year for the Liberty Head series and the first for the Indian Head type. Values are very different. Please post new question with more information.
It's gold-plated but not gold. The US hasn't minted gold coins for circulation since the 1930s and never made a circulating gold quarter. Your coin is probably from a novelty set or a piece of jewelry.
The gold plating is only a few atoms thick and doesn't add any value.
The value of coins and bills can vary greatly depending on condition and stamping. A 1987 ten dollar gold coin is worth between $165 and $1,700.
The value of the 1989 $5 gold piece is about $135.
About $102.00 for 1/10th oz.
As of today value is $113.12
Your bullion piece contains 0.1 oz of gold and sells for about $85-90 as of 02/2009. Its value will change along with the spot price of gold. Note that the $5 denomination is purely artificial.
As of today 1-28-10 value is $107.72 the coin is one tenth ounce of pure gold.
The 1987 5 Dollar gold eagle is a 1/10 ounce bullion coin. What ever the price of gold is per ounce the coin is worth one tenth of the price. Right now gold is $1,164.20 per oz.The coin is worth $116.4. The proof is worth more.
Take a look at PCGS, or NGC websites for current values. Otherwise it is worth what the market will bear.
As of today Platinum is 1360.00oz so about $136.68
The 5 dollar pieces are one tenth ounce of pure gold so the coin is worth $100.00 if gold is $1,000.00 per ounce.
The current price for an ounce of gold is: $1,591.00 A tenth of an ounce of gold is: $159.10
it is one tenth of a dollar
there are 3.1103476800001 grams in one tenth of an troy ounce. a troy ounce has 31.103476800001 grams a avoir ounce has 28.349523125 grams