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.