Double Eagle

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Double Eagle

A gold coin minted in the United States between 1849 and 1933. It was worth $20.
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Green Hill operations manager Art Flagg suggested that Harrington rename Fairway Motors the "Double Eagle Car Emporium.''
On July 30 in New York, the only known example of the Double Eagle will be sold by the US Government in an auction organised by Sotheby's of London and Stack's of New York.
Because of this the Double Eagle was dubbed 'The Coin That Never Was.'
Their attention had been drawn to the problem by an American newspaper reporter who asked the Treasury about a Double Eagle advertised as being for sale in a forthcoming auction.
The Double Eagle being sold in New York is believed to have belonged to the former Egyptian ruler King Farouk.
Jeff Frisch waited 44 years to card his first double eagle, a shot even more unusual than a hole-in-one.
During his follow-through on his Callaway Fusion hybrid 3 approach shot, he joked to his match-play opponent, "Not another double eagle."
Frisch plans to play Wachusett this morning and if the two-week pattern continues he should score another double eagle today.
The First Federal Mint is releasing this collectors quality Gem Proof layered in 24k gold to honor the legend, lore and legacy of the 1854-S Double Eagle!
Your 1854-S Double Eagle 150th Anniversary layered Gold Proof will be protected in a clear acrylic holder and mounted in a deluxe presentation case.
Order your 150th Anniversary Double Eagle Proof today to ensure these prices before the advance order period is closed!
The 1854-S Double Eagle Proof is not available in stores.