Post your Double Eagle pictures

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by dave92029, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. WingedLiberty

    WingedLiberty Well-Known Member

    stunning photos!!! love them all
     
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  3. robec

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  4. chridular

    chridular Member

    I owned this one for about 2 years. It was graded MS63 by PCGS.
     

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  5. Coinguy56

    Coinguy56 Member

    Here's mine, I just picked this one up.


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    This one's graded PCGS MS-64.
     
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  6. eric0911

    eric0911 SMS-71

    A non collector friend of mine told me( over the phone ) that he had a 1927 Double eagle with no wear. I said(with great exitement) "Check for a D or S above the date!" He said he didn't know what I was talking about. At this point my head was about to explode, seeing as this could be a million dollar coin. I finllay went over to look and it was a philly :(. It was still a 64 though, so it was still a nice find.BTW Nice coins. I didnt expect to see so many, especially the 1907 high reliefs!
     
  7. Coinguy56

    Coinguy56 Member

    Any Double Eagle is a great coin, regardless of the mintage. It's close to a full ounce or Gold, and they are just beautiful and are great investments. I'm lucky enough to get a common date but atleast I have one. Remember, if you have the money for a 1933 or 1927-D, snag it. But I'll go ahead and say, the rare dates are nice to own, but looking at a common date and a rare date beside each other in the same grade will both look beautiful.
     
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  8. Santinidollar

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    Hey, it's time to revive this thread!

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  9. Santinidollar

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    Bought these recently:

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  10. mill rat41

    mill rat41 Member

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  15. fiddlehead

    fiddlehead Well-Known Member

    I do like the look of lightly circulated type I double eagles. Loaded with history.

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  16. fiddlehead

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  18. GoldFinger1969

    GoldFinger1969 Well-Known Member

    I am looking at getting a 1923-D @ FUN in a few weeks. Will report back......
     
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  19. Gilbert

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  20. Gilbert

    Gilbert Part time collector Supporter

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  21. GoldFinger1969

    GoldFinger1969 Well-Known Member

    Do you follow pricing closely ? What can you tell us about 1857-S prices ?

    If more coins are going to hit the market, collectors are wondering if they will fall in price. I believe over the last 10-12 years the price has been weak, maybe a drop in absolute terms, but mostly relative weakness compared to other Liberty DEs.
     
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