5 to a dollar, 50 in all
Yes on e-Bay as I type this.
half dollar, quarter four dimes
half dollar, quarter, nickel, twenty cent peice ( yes, they do exist)
Repharse question, no US Twenty Dollar gold coins were made after 1933.
One half dollar, one quarter, four dimes and four pennies. It equals $1.19. You can not make change for exactly one dollar with those coins
Most banks and credit unions have the coins.
This question makes no sense. You could have an infinite amount of coins and make change for a dollar. For example, you could have 100 pennies, or 1,000,000 pennies, or 1,000,000,000 pennies and make change for a dollar.
There are 293 ways to make change for a dollar using the coins of a penny thru 1/2 dollar
There were no $20 gold coins minted in the USA in 1939.
These coins sell on internet auctions for about $1500.
A 1905 twenty dollar gold piece could be worth up to 1,500 dollars. Only 5,000 of these coins were minted in Carson City, NV that year.
One half dollar, 1 Quarter, 4 dimes
Only the Philadelphia & San Francisco Mints struck $20.00 gold coins in 1901
Lincoln penny, walking liberty half dollar, ten dollar Indian head gold & twenty dollar St. Gaudens gold. Most of the gold coins were melted before ever going into circulation.
1 dollar, 1 half dollar, 4 dimes and a nickel.
The Australian Koala series of coins were only ever minted in platinum and the Twenty-Five Dollar coin was only ever issued as part of a set.
None. There are no coins in a dollar. A dollar is a paper bill.
These coins weighed 33.1 grams when new, and are 90% gold.
Less then 100 proofs are known for this date, so no