These are The Most Expensive Coins that Breaks Auction Records!

1794 Flowing Hair Dollar

7th most expensive in the world.
7. 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar –  $4.99 million

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Price: $4.99 million

  • Coin Year: 1794
  • Seller: Sotheby’s
  • Buyer: [?]
  • Sell Date: September 2015
  • Mass: 26.96 g.
  • Dia: 39 – 40 mm
  • Designer: Robert Scot
  • Minting Year: 1794 – 1795
  • Issuing Country: United States of America
  • Other Notes:
    • This is the 1st Dollar Coin issued by the US federal government.





1913 Liberty Head Nickel

6th most expensive coin in the world.
6. 1913 Liberty Head Nickel –  $5.0 million

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Price: $5.0 million

  • Coin Year: 1913
  • Seller: Ronald J. Gillio
  • Buyer: [?]
  • Sell Date: April 2007
  • Mass: [?]
  • Dia: [?]
  • Designer: Charles E. Barber
  • Minting Year: 1883 – 1913
  • Issuing Country: United States of America
  • Other Notes:
    • The coin is a mix of 75% Copper & 25% Nickel.
    • There are only 5 Specimens are confirmed to exist. Here are 5 Specimens:
      • 1.  Eliasberg Specimens
      • 2. Olsen Specimens
      • 3. Norweb Specimens
      • 4. Walton Specimens
      • 5. McDermott Specimens

 

1804 $10 Proof Eagle

5th most expensive coin in the world.
5. 1804 $10 Proof Eagle – $5.0 million

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Price: $5.0 million

  • Coin Year: 1804
  • Seller: Albanese Rare Coins
  • Buyer:
  • Sell Date: October 2007
  • Mass: 17.50 grams
  • Dia: 33 mm
  • Designer: Robert Scot
  • Minting Year: 1792 – 1933
  • Issuing Country: United States of America
  • Other Notes:
    • Also known as “The King of American Coins”.
    • Specially Made on behalf of President Andrew Jackson.





723 Umayyad Gold Dinar

4. 723 Umayyad Gold Dinar – $6.0 million

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Price: $6.0 million

  • Coin Year: 723
  • Seller: Morten & Eden
  • Buyer:  [?]
  • Sell Date: Aprill 2011
  • Mass: 4.25 grams
  • Dia: [?]
  • Designer: [?]
  • Minting Year: 723
  • Issuing Country: Umayyad Caliphate
  • Other Notes:
    • 1st Islamic Medieval gold Coin issued in AH77 (696 – 697 CE) by Caliph Abd al-malik ibn Marwan.
    • Dinar is a Latin Word of ”Denarius”.
    • 1st Dinar was issued by the Umayyad Caliphate under the dynasties that followed the use of the dinar spread from Islamic Spain to Central Asia.

 

1787 Brasher Doubloon – EB on Breast

3rd most expensive in the world.
3. 1787 Brasher Doubloon – EB on Breast – $7.4 million

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Price: $7.4 million

  • Coin Year: 1787
  • Seller: Blanchard & Corporation (Privately Minted)
  • Buyer: Anonymous
  • Sell Date: December 2011
  • Mass: 26 grams
  • Dia: [?]
  • Designer: Ephraim Brasher
  • Minting Year: [?]
  • Issuing Country: United States of America
  • Other Notes:
    • The Former Buyer wan Steven L. Contursi, an American Businessman, Numismatist & Wholesalers Company.
    • This Coin also subjected in The Brasher Doubloon 1947 Movie, Directed by John Brahm & based on the novel “The High Window” by Raymond Chandler.





1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle

2nd most expensive coin in the world.
2. 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle –  $7.59 million

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Price: $7.59 million

  • Coin Year: 1933
  • Seller: Sotheby’s
  • Buyer: Anonymous
  • Sell Date: July 2002
  • Mass: 33.43 grams
  • Dia: 34.1 mm
  • Designer: [?]
  • Minting Year: 1933
  • Issuing Country: United States of America
  • Other Notes:
    • There are 20 Coins are Rescued to be Stolen.
    • 9 coins are destroyed & now only 13 coins are left.

 

1794 Flowing Hair Dollar

1st most expensive coin in the world.
1. 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar – $10.0 million

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Price: $10.0 million

  • Coin Year: 1794
  • Seller: Stack’s Bowers Galleries
  • Buyer: Martin Logies (Partner of Logies, Skirtich & Co.) (Director of Fast Pencil Inc.)
  • Sell Date: January 2013
  • Mass: 26.96 g.
  • Dia: 39 – 40 mm
  • Designer: Robert Scot
  • Minting Year: 1794 – 1795
  • Issuing Country: United States of America
  • Other Notes:
    • This is the 1st Dollar Coin issued by the US federal government.
    • Previously Sold in 2010 for approximately 7.9 million.





 

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