That particular coin is one of the rare dates but its value depends largely upon the grade. Check out this web site for more infor: http://www.heritagecoins.com/info/typevalues.php?Denom=$20.00#List Rangerman55 In lightly circulated condition, its value is $1,500 to $2,000 In uncirculated condition, its value will range from $6,000 to $40,000 (or more), depending on contact marks, strike, and other factors. But it would need to be certified to realize its full value.
OK, the first thing is the name, it's SAINT-GAUDENS not st gardens. Second thing is no 1925 gold eagles were made. A eagle is a $10.00 coin and a double eagle is a $20.00 coin and they were made in 1925. The average retail value for a MS-65 example is $2,330.00
A Saint-Gaudens 1925 Double Eagle in circulated condition has a retail value of $2,040.00- $2,150.00 depending on the grade the coin falls into. Coins that are uncirculated start at $2,170.00 with a grade of MS-60. It's a very common coin.
Assuming it's a 1925 Saint-Gaudens with no mint mark value is from $950.00 to $1,100.00 in circulated condition.
I am guessing you are talking about a St. Gaudens Double Eagle coin. A 1925 P in MS 65 condition. One of those coins are worth roughly $1,575.00 The reason I said "roughly" is because gold prices change year to year, month to month, and day to day. Source: Handbook Of United States Coins 69th Edition 2012 by: R.S. Yeoman and Edited by Kenneth Bressett
I need to know the coin's denomination: is a quarter eagle, half eagle, eagle, double eagle and its mint condition - upon receiving that info, I can relay to you its worth.
$11 to $11,000 depending on the condition of the coin.
It's actually called a double eagle; an eagle is a $10 coin. Current values fluctuate with the price of gold, but have been in the vicinity of $1000 as of 09/2008. If your coin has an S mint mark it will be worth about 15 to 20% more.
A 1925 Indian Head, Quarter Eagle in very fine condition is worth $150.00, in uncirculated condition-$235.00.
Don Eagle was born on 1925-08-25.
The 1925 Peace dollar is a common date of the series. Circulated examples with no mintmarks have current market values of $30.00- $37.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin
Double Crossed - 1925 was released on: USA: 15 December 1925
Her Market Value - 1925 was released on: USA: 9 February 1925
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The cast of Double-Barreled Justice - 1925 includes: Franklyn Farnum
The Half Eagle is a $10 coin the $2.50 coin is a Quarter Eagle. With a date of 1925 the "D" mintmark is on the reverse of the coin, the Denver mint was the only one that struck $2.50 gold coins in 1925. Retail values for circulated coins run from $166.00 to $300.00. Uncirculated are $350.00+
Double-Barreled Justice - 1925 was released on: USA: 17 October 1925 (New York City, New York)
I don't believe so; the source books I have show that the quarter eagle was only produced in Denver in 1925 - all such coins would have a "D" mintmark.
A 1925 Lincoln cent in G-4 has a retail value of 25 cents.
There were no British Pennies minted or released for general circulation in 1925.
The 1925-D Indian Head Quarter Eagle is a common date coin of the series. For an accurate assessment of value the coin needs to be seen and graded. Assuming the coin is circulated, retail values are $250.00-$350.00 depending on the actual grade. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer. NOTE: All 1925 quarter eagle coins were struck at the Denver Mint. The "D" mintmark is on the reverse, to the left of the arrows.
Her Market Value was created on 1925-02-09.
1925 is a common date for Mercury dimes, assuming it has no mintmark and is circulated the retail value is $3.00-$5.00 for a coin in average condition.
Look at your coin again, there were no 1925-D quarters minted. There are 1925 quarters but none struck in Denver.
It significantly affects the value. Standing liberty quarters prior to 1925 were struck with the date as one of the highest points of the coin, because of this the date, like on buffalo nickels, quickly wore off. About the only thing you can do is see if on the reverse if there are stars underneith the eagle, if there are stars on the reverse under the eagle it was made from 1917-1930, (though, if the date is worn off and the rest of the coin seems fine, you might be able to make a guess that it is pre-1925) if there are no stars on the reverse under the eagle it was made from 1916-1917.
$13 to $18