THE PRISTINE The World's Ten Most Valuable Coins

The 1933 Double Eagle was a gold coin that was worth twenty dollars and sold at auction for more than seven and a half million dollars.

The Flowing Hair Dollar, which was coined in 1794 and sold for more than $10 million, was one of the first coins ever produced by the United States.

Brasher Doubloon, a rare gold coin from 1787, is estimated to be worth around $7.4 million.

There is a medieval English coin known as the Double Leopard that is worth at more than $6.8 million. It is called the Edward III Florin.

Despite the fact that it was produced in 1834, the 1804 Silver Dollar is very rare and precious; examples of this coin have been offered for sale at prices exceeding $4 million.

EB on Wing, 1787 Brasher Doubloon: This is yet another form of the Brasher Doubloon, which was sold at auction for more than $4.5 million.

1907 year The Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Ultra High Relief is a coin that is extremely rare and has a stunning design. It is estimated to be worth over $4 million.

There are just five known examples of the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel, and one of them was once auctioned for more over $3.7 million.

The 1343rd One of the oldest English coins, the Edward III Florin, is estimated to be worth over $6.8 million.

A Canadian coin composed of gold, the 2007 C$1M Coin is estimated to be worth around $4 million due to its extraordinary rarity and high gold content.

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