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Neuprägung 20 Dollar USA "Gold Eagle 1933"
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Item Condition: Used, Like New
Seller Location: Switzerland
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# of Bids: 35 (View history)
USD Value: US$140 (for reference only)
Current Bid: 23,020 YEM
Shipping Fee: 6 YEM
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Item Description

Neuprägung 20 Dollar USA "Gold Eagle 1933"

  • Nachprägung des äußerst seltenen Double Eagle 1933
  • Aufwendig mit reinstem Feingold (999/1.000) veredelt
  • Gigantisches Sammlerstück zur amerikanischen Münzgeschichte

Details:
Auflage: 9.999
Gewicht: 137 g
Material (Details): Kupfer 24K vergoldet
Ausgabejahr: 2012
Durchmesser: 70 mm
Vorderseite: Liberty
Rückseite: Eagle
Qualität: Polierte Platte

Geschichte:
Auf dem Gipfel der Weltwirtschaftskrise verfügte Präsident Roosevelt, sämtliche 1933-er Gold Eagles nach ihrer Prägung zwecks Aufstockung der nationalen Goldvorräte wieder einzuschmelzen. 10 Exemplare wurden beiseite geschafft und verschwanden zunächst spurlos; 9 spürte man direkt wieder auf. Der letzte verschollene Eagle, der 1954 im Besitz des ägyptischen Königs Faruks auftauchte, erzielte 2002 bei einer Auktion von Sotheby's die Rekordsumme von 7,6 Millionen Dollar.

Recoinage 20 Dollar USA "Gold Eagle 1933

  • Re-minting of the extremely rare Double Eagle 1933
  • Elaborately refined with purest fine gold (999/1,000)
  • Gigantic collector's item to the American coin history

Details:
Edition:9,999 
Weight:137 g
Material (details):Copper 24K gold plated
Year of issue:2012
Diameter:70 mm
Front:Liberty
Reverse:Eagle
Quality:Polished plate

History:
At the height of the Great Depression, President Roosevelt ordered all 1933 Gold Eagles to be remelted after they were minted for the purpose of replenishing the nation's gold reserves. 10 specimens were set aside and initially disappeared without a trace; 9 were immediately recovered. The last lost Eagle, which turned up in 1954 in the possession of Egypt's King Faruk, fetched a record $7.6 million at a Sotheby's auction in 2002.

 

Additional Information

Country: Pfaeffikon Switzerland (8330)
Shipping Conditions: Buyer pays shipping expenses, International shipping
Shipping Countries & Terms:  Worldwide shipping, EU countries = shipping from Switzerland. Customs duties, fees, taxes, etc. at the expense of the buyer. Private sale, no warranty, no return.

Payment Methods: PernumPay
Starting Bid: 1 YEM

Auction Started: 2021-04-29 16:13
Auction Ends: 2021-05-06 16:16
Auction ID: 5715

Item Category: All > Coins & Stamps > Coins
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