Quarter Eagle


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Quarter Eagle

A gold coin minted in the United States between 1792 and 1929. It was worth $2.50.
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As of the end of the quarter Eagle had four different models in the production cycle being readied for release to sales.
In addition, during this quarter Eagle received its initial Set-Top Box purchase order and began shipments under a $125M contract with Urbana.
In the last minute of the third quarter Eagles found some momentum with a 6-0 run thanks to Wright and Tipper to cut the gap to 57-51.
In the first quarter Eagles jumped out to a quick start to establish an early lead and when Moore drained his second triple early in the game they were 12-5 up.
Of particular interest are gold pieces known as quarter eagles and half eagles, which carried face values of EUR2.
By 1806, according to a report submitted to Congress by President Thomas Jefferson, it had coined a total of $4,749,343, including "Eagles, Half Eagles, Quarter Eagles, Dollars, Half Dollars, Quarter Dollars, Dimes, Half Dimes, Cents and Half Cents.
From gold dollars, quarter eagles, gold pieces, gold stellas, half eagles, and double eagles, each variety and sub-variety of gold coin is identified, illustrated, described, backgrounded, and provided with investment tips.