a U. S. $2.50 gold coin, issued from 1796 to 1929
A U.S. gold coin with a face value of $2.50 first minted in 1796 and last minted in 1929
A U.S. $2.50 gold coin minted from 1796 through 1929.
Exact terminology for a two-and-one-half dollar gold coin. This denomination, two and one half dollars or one fourth of an eagle, was first struck in 1796.
U. S. $ 2 1/2 face value gold coins, issued as legal tender 1795- 1929. These dime-size coins contain .121 ounces of pure gold.
US $2.50 gold coin issued from 1796-1929.
Legal name for the $2.50 gold coin.
A United States two and a half dollar gold coin.
A United States two and one half dollar gold coin.
The quarter eagle was a coin issued by the United States with a denomination of two hundred and fifty cents, or two dollars and fifty cents. Its name was derived from the US ten-dollar coin, which was called an "eagle".