5 Most Sought After Coins in Collecting

The 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle holds a special place in the hearts of collectors due to its rich history and extreme rarity. 

Originally valued at $20, this gold coin was the last of its kind minted in the United States. Most were melted down, but a few escaped and became legendary among collectors. 

This coin is famed for being the first dollar coin issued by the U.S. federal government. Its design, featuring a flowing-haired portrait of Liberty 

Only five of these coins were ever produced, under mysterious circumstances. The 1913 Liberty Head Nickel has been surrounded by intrigue and stories of illegal manufacture 

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Known as the “King of American Coins,” the 1804 Silver Dollar is one of the rarest and most famous coins in American numismatics 

Despite the 1804 date, these coins were actually minted in the 1830s for diplomatic gifts.

This coin is a modern marvel of coinage. A 2007 Queen Elizabeth II Gold Sovereign was accidentally struck using a proof die, making it a rare error coin highly desired by collectors. 

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