I’m thinking that’s a bullion coin. He didn’t call it a “$10 Gold Eagle”, he called it a “Half-Ounce Gold Eagle”.
A $10 Gold Eagle is a coin, used in circulation as money. It’s not pure gold because pure gold can not withstand wear and tear of use.
A Half-Ounce Gold Eagle is 1/2 Troy Ounces of 0.999 gold fashioned to look like a coin. It may have a “dollar amount” stamped on it, but it is never circulated.
… especially considering US Gold and Silver Eagles are some of the most sought after collectible bullion coins in the known universe …
As of today, 10/5/2020, the spot price of gold is about $1700. A half-ounce gold eagle would have about a $850 “melt value”, meaning, what it’s worth melted down. Add collectors value — you’re talking $900 on up depending on year, quality, etc.
But to tell you the honest truth, I wouldn’t even give the kid the foil-wrapped rock. I might part with a “gold” chocolate coin …
this is probably the only place on the planet safe from the Virus.
trust me guys, right now you don’t wanna know what’s going on in the world!
Boy that is one strong-a*d falcon.
Rodney’s nose alone would be too heavy for most.
Where’s your “finicky” NOW, cat? Huh? Huh? You SNUBBED the food in just about every episode of this toon! Turned your nose up on the tasty meal I prepared!! Yes you did!
NOW you’ll get yer durn food on MY schedule!!
OK, look at it this way:
He’s got the “toss” part perfected.
Actually, go to Amazon, search for “cap gun”. They still make them! A decent variety of them, too.
Well I’m sorry — I’m OLD