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The 10 Most Expensive Coins in The World

Author: Grace

Jan. 08, 2021

Hardware

The most collectible thing in the world, in addition to the old antiques, is the popular item coin, the high price will shock your jaw. Rare coins will add beauty and value to any coin collection. There are many coins in the world with extremely high value. Let’s take a look at which are the most expensive coins in the world.

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10. Indian head eagle gold coin


This coin was minted between 1907 and 1916, but most of the gold coins were melted by the US government. Only about 35-45 coins flowed out of the mint to the market. Later, a 1907 coin that was collected by a private auction was auctioned. It cost 2.18 million US dollars.


9.The American Statue of Liberty nickel coin issued in 1913


The United States Mint officially changed the head of the 5-cent nickel coin in 1913, from the Statue of Liberty to the profile of Native Indians. Even so, there were still five Liberty nickel coins engraved privately by mint workers that were issued and entered circulation without approval. The most expensive one has a collection value of 3.7 million US dollars. If this nickel coin is brand new, its value can be as much as 20 million US dollars.


8.The first-class American silver coin issued in 1804


In fact, this 1804 silver coin was actually issued after 1834. At that time, it was only used as a mixed ticket for messenger exchanges, because Asian rulers were very interested in silver coins. At a heritage auction in May 2008, this silver dollar was priced at a hammer price of $3.8 million.


7.US C$$1M coin issued in 2007


The huge coin issued in 2007 weighs 100 kilograms, which is a "wonderful flower" in the coin industry. What's more special is that this huge coin was produced by the Royal Canadian Silver Coin Factory, with a gold content of 99.99%, which makes it originally $1 million. With the later price increase, it has reached 4.1 million US dollars, but it was stolen and melted away on March 27, 2017.


6. First class American silver coin issued in 1804


The sixth-ranked silver coin is actually the same as the eighth-ranked coin. This coin with a quality rating of Proof-68 changed hands at a price of up to 4.14 million US dollars as early as 1999, 9 years before the eighth The price is more than 4 times higher! As a member of this set of only 15 surviving silver dollars from 1804, this silver dollar, which changed hands for US$4.14 million, was awe-inspiring for the collectors at that time. It is said that it is a love token given to his governess Anna by King Rama IV of Thailand. The movie "Anna and the King" tells this story.


5. Edward III Florin coin


This coin was issued in the United Kingdom in 1343 and has a history of 673 years! Today, only three florins of this type have survived the long history of history. Two of them have been preserved on display in the British Museum, and only one is private. It was this coin that set a high price of US$6.8 million, or about 41 million yuan, at the auction in July 2006.


4.The ancient coin of Brasche Dablond issued in 1787


Ephrem Blasche was a gifted goldsmith, and in 1787 he implored the New York State government to print a series of new copper coins. But the legislature banned the issuance of copper coins and rejected his work. But Blasche disregarded the government's decree and printed most of the copper coins and a few 22 carat gold coins. A Wall Street investment company bought these doubloons at a high price of $7.4 million.


3.Saint-Gordon Gordon Double Eagle Gold Dollar issued in 1907


The mint Saint Gordon Gordon once designed fine engraving patterns, but the printing was too complicated for the American Mint to achieve mass circulation. So Charles Barwell streamlined the coin pattern and removed the words "we believe in God". But this plan made Congress furious. Although the Double Eagle coin finally came out, it is among the rare currencies. Later, it was finally sold at an auction for 7.6 million US dollars, or about 46 million yuan.


2.Double Eagle Gold Dollar issued in 1933


The Double Eagle Gold Dollar issued in 1933 has a historical bond with President Roosevelt. In 1933, during the economic crisis, in order to alleviate the bank currency crisis, Roosevelt ordered the nation to ban the issuance of all gold coins. So that year, a large number of printed double eagle gold dollars failed to flow into the market. However, those 20 "fish that slipped through the net" must not have expected that their original value of $20 had soared to $7.6 million.


1.Elegant long hair coins issued in 1794-1795


This coin is the first one-dollar coin issued by the federal government of the country. It was minted from 1794 to 1795. Its size and weight were designed based on the Spanish silver round popular in the United States at that time. Among them, the 1794 version of the Statue of Liberty is widely regarded as one of the rarest and most valuable American coins. The front image is the Statue of Liberty with flowing hair, and the back is the eagle that the United States believes in! Has far-reaching commemorative significance and collection value! In 2013, the price of one piece was as high as 10 million US dollars!

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Are you surprised?


Give you a suggestion, follow the principle of "coin shops near me" to search, maybe you can discover the new world. There is also a "Top 10 Coins Worth Collecting"Recommended to you, maybe it will help you.

1-1909-S V.D.B. Lincoln Cent

2-1921 Peace Dollar

3-1878-CC Morgan Silver Dollar

4-1914-D Lincoln Cent

5-1955/55 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent

6-1937-D 3 Legged Buffalo Nickel

7-1916-D Mercury Dime

8-1917 Standing Liberty Quarter: Type 1

9-1932-D Washington Quarter

10-1908 St. Gaudens Arabic Numerals No Motto


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