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This is a American Eagle Gold 1 ounce bullion coin. The value is tied to the spot price of gold at time of sale. As of 10-20-11 it's $1,608.40 per ounce. This price is a little less than you could buy it for and a little more than you could sell it for. But it gives you an idea of value. Collectors versions of this coin do have higher values.

NOTE: The spot price of gold and other precious metals changes by the minute when the market is open. So the value of this coin will go up and down.

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A 2000 American Eagle $50 bullion coin in MS65 condition is worth: $980. If the coin is in PF65 condition, its value is: $1080.

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the book only shows $20.00 gold liberties. in avg cond they avg around $450.00 apiece and up.

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6-18-11>>> Current market value is about $1,540.00. It's a bullion coin that's value is tied to the spot price of gold at time of sale.

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