North America’s largest predatory bird, the Golden Eagle weighs up to fourteen pounds.
Magnificent and graceful fliers, Golden Eagle use their enormous wingspan, which stretches more than six feet across, to reach speeds of up to eighty miles per hour. Often stalking prey for miles, Golden Eagles make efficient use of their powerful talons to seize their unsuspecting victims, which typically include rabbits, hares, and foxes. Long-lived, Golden Eagles survive in the wild for thirty years or more.
This coin features a detailed depiction of a Golden Eagle on its obverse.
Minted in a brass alloy, this coin contains an antique bronze finish. Each coin comes packaged with a descriptive header card.
Each coin measures 1 7/8 inch (47mm) in diameter.
This is an NWTMINT surplus item. Packaging may vary.