Why is the eagle on the quarter?

Answer The bald eagle has been a symbol of the United States since the Revolutionary War and has graced the back of the U.S. quarter since 1796. The eagle is there because of its presence on the Great Sea... Read More »

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What is the weight of an Indian Head eagle quarter?

An Indian Head eagle quarter has a weight of 4.18 grams. These quarters were made from 1908 to 1929. The front of the coin has an image of an Indian and the back has an image of an eagle.Source:Coi... Read More »

How to Remove a Quarter Panel Window From a 1995 Eagle Talon?

There may be a number of reasons why you may wish to remove the quarter panel window from your 1995 Eagle Talon. If the window has become damaged you will need to remove it in order to have it repa... Read More »

What Is the Difference Between a Bald Eagle & a Golden Eagle?

Ornithologists categorize bald eagles and golden eagles as very large raptors with hooked beaks, long and broad wingspans, and long broad tails. Nations have chosen each bird as their national symb... Read More »

Mexican Eagle Vs. American Eagle?

The only eagle that flies the North American skies is the American bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus). The "Mexican eagle" isn't actually an eagle at all. It's real name is the crested caracara ... Read More »