a U. S. $5 gold coin, issued from 1795 to 1929
a former gold coin in United States worth 5 dollars
A U.S. gold coin with a face value of $5 first minted in 1795 and last minted in 1929
A U.S. $5 gold coin minted from 1795 through 1929.
US $5 gold piece issued from 1795-1929
U. S. $5 face value gold coins used as legal tender, and issued from 1795-1929. They contain .24187 ounces of pure gold and were almost identical in size to the nickel 5c coin.
Official name for Federal gold $5 coin.
A United States $5.00 gold coin.
A United States five dollar gold coin.
Literally, half the value of an Eagle. The Eagle was defined by the Mint Act of 1792 as equal to ten silver dollars.
Half eagle: A term used for animal of an animal that is born of one half of the bird known as an eagle. From http://www.silverstage.net/knifewing.htm San Juan Silver Stage Online , Zuni, New Mexico, the legendary Knifewing is a half-man, half eagle; sort of deity with knife-like feathers. He is an ultimate sort of warrior who "comes down to his ethereal plateau to bestow wisdom, strength and courage...only revealing himself to the warriors who serve as protectors of the village," according to Knifewing biographer http://www.knifewing.com/bio/ Susan Strom-Tsosie, Santa Fe, NM.