The United States began to produce gold coins in 1795. In many cases, mintages were limited by short gold supply as well as a lack of production resources. Depending on the year, mint, and denomination, mintages for these coins range from just a few hundred to hundreds of thousands. Denominations include Dollars, Two and a Half Dollars (Quarter Eagles), Three Dollars, Four Dollars, Five Dollars (Half Eagles), Ten Dollars (Eagles), and Twenty Dollars (Double Eagles).
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