GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Coins In The World

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"The 1933 Double Eagle, a $20 gold coin, was sold for a whopping price of $18.9 million in 2021, the most expensive price ever paid for a coin."

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"The 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar sits in second place with a cost of $10 million. It was sold in 2013."

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"A Bronze Decadrachm from Acragas fetched $2.3 million at a 2012 auction, making it one of the most expensive non-gold coins."

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"The exceedingly rare 1787 Brasher Doubloon was sold for a cool $7.4 million in 2011."

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"The 1913 Liberty Head nickel sold for $4.5 million, one of only five in existence."

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"The Edward III florin fetched an impressive price of $6.8 million in 2006."

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"The 2007 Canadian Million Dollar Coin is made of pure gold and sold for over $4 million in 2010."

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"The 1343 Edward III Florin was sold at auction for $6.8 million, one of only three known to exist."

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"The 2007 Canadian $1,000,000 Maple Leaf, the largest gold coin in the world, was sold for $4.02 million in 2010."

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"A 1792 Birch Cent, one of the first pennies struck at the U.S. Mint, fetched $2.6 million in 2015."

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"The Unique 1943-D Bronze Lincoln Cent was sold for a staggering $1.7 million in 2010."

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"A 1793 Chain Cent was one of the first coins produced by the newly established U.S. Mint, it fetched $1.3 million in 2012."

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"The 1822 Half Eagle $5 is one of the rarest U.S coins, with a selling price of $2.99 million."

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"The 1804 Draped Bust Dollar known as the "King of U.S. Coins" sold for $4.14 million in 1999."

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"The 1861 Confederate States of America Half Dollar sold for $960,000 in 2020."

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"The 1652 Willow Tree Shilling, one of the first American coins, was auctioned for $350,000 in 2020."

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