Ranking of the World's Ten Most Valuable Coins

One of the most precious coins ever unearthed, the 1933 Double Eagle was a $20 gold coin that sold for nearly $7.5 million.

A 1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar was one of the most precious coins ever sold at a price of over $10 million. It was one of the first silver dollars struck in the United States.

Rare and precious, 1804 Silver Dollar Class I coins have sold for nearly $4 million, making them among the most valuable U.S. coins ever.

Among the most precious and rare coins are the 1913 Liberty Head Nickels, of which there are only five known examples. These coins have fetched over $3.7 million at auction.

1787 Breast Brasher Doubloon EB: These coins are among the most historic and valuable in American numismatics, selling for nearly $4.5 million.

Class III 1804 Silver Dollars are another variant of the 1804 dollar that has joined the ranks of the most expensive coins, selling for over $3 million.

This 1913 Liberty Head Nickel (Olsen Specimen) is among the most expensive coins ever unearthed, realizing approximately $3.7 million at auction.

One of the most sought-after dimes of all time, the 1894-S Barber Dime was sold for more than $1.9 million.

One of the most precious U.S. gold coins is the 1927-D Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, which is selling for nearly $1.7 million.

No Arrows' Liberty Seated Dime, 1873-CC: This uncommon coin is one of the most valuable dimes in numismatic history, valued at about $1.8 million.

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