double eagle

NOUN
  1. a former gold coin in the United States worth 20 dollars
  2. (golf) a score of three strokes under par on a hole
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  • In America, the term double eagle is used instead of albatross to describe such a feat!
  • The cargo of the ship ‘Brother Jonathan’, which sank in 1865 off the northern California coast, included a large number of gold coins, some of them uncirculated Double Eagles.
  • Opposed by Chief Coiner Franklin Peale and Mint Director Robert Patterson, Longacre produced double eagle patterns and die trials in 1849, none of which were deemed satisfactory. Liberty Head Double Eagle, Without Motto, 1849-1866 : Coin Guide
  • The crown and the double eagle are very reminiscent of the state emblem of tsarist Russia. Blackwater -- The Home Game (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • For instance, the Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle omega counterfeit is notorious for its complexness; and has duped many coin collecting experts. ReadABlog.com New Blogs and RSS Feeds
  • In 2003, there was another twist in the saga: A woman from Philadelphia named Joan Langbord discovered 10 Double Eagles in a safe deposit box belonging to her late father, Israel "Izzy" Switt, a jeweler long linked to rumored coin-pilferer McCann's stash. Most Valuable U.S. Coins
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