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United States $10 gold coin issued by the United States Mint from 1792 to 1933. Wikipedia

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    • The term eagle was used in the Coinage Act of 1792 for the denomination of ten dollars, and subsequently was used in naming gold coins.United States dollar-Wikipedia
    • The mood improves by Friday, when "the eagle flies", a metaphor for payday, which allows for carousing on Saturday.Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just as Bad)-Wikipedia
    • A one-ounce Gold American Eagle will have as much of the alloy as needed to contain a total of one ounce of gold (which will be over one ounce).Seigniorage-Wikipedia
    • As his initial correspondence indicated that the sets were to include coins of every type then in use, Mint officials included both the silver dollar and gold eagle.1804 dollar-Wikipedia
    • The United States used the eagle as its unit, Germany introduced the new gold mark, while Canada adopted a dual system based on both the American gold eagle and the British gold sovereign.Gold standard-Wikipedia
    • This gold standard re-affirmed the value of British gold sovereigns set in 1841 at £1 4s 4d in local currency, and the American gold eagle at $10 in local dollars.Canadian pound-Wikipedia

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