How Much Gold Does a Copy of the 1933 Double Eagle Twenty Dollar Coin Contain?

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The 1933 Double Eagle coin contains about 90 percent gold and 10 percent copper. It also happens to be the second highest price paid at auction for a U.S. coin!
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July 16, 2009. In 1999, there were no $20 double eagle gold coins were produced by the US Mint. You may be refering to the American Gold Eagle coin. They were minted in $5, $10, $25
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Hello Renee, . These reproduction coins are only worth the metal they are made of. Coin collectors only want coins as they are made by the government. These replicas are novelty
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good luck with a web site that will explain it in less than a books worth of reading. The reason: the gold in a $20 Dbl Eagle is worth about $900 US Dollars today. Go to the US Mint
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If the Roman numerals given are correct, the date is 1907. But the rest of the description is a little confusing, it has two eagles on the reverse? And the fact you think it looks
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