10 Rare Coins Auctioned for Over $1 Million

Apr 04, 2024

Discover the legendary Brasher Doubloon, one of the most valuable coins in American numismatics. Sold for $7.4 million.

The Brasher Doubloon

Unearth the allure of the 1804 Silver Dollar, hailed as the King of American Coins. Its rarity commands prices over $1 million.

1804 Silver Dollar

Witness the scandalous history of the 1933 Double Eagle, which once caused legal battles. Its auction price reached $7.6 million.

1933 Double Eagle

Step into the past with the 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar, the first silver dollar minted by the United States. Sold for $10 million.

1794 Flowing Hair Dollar

Uncover the mystery of the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel, known as the holy grail of coin collecting. It fetched $4.56 million in auction.

1913 Liberty Head Nickel

Travel back in time with the 1551 Gold Ducat, an exquisite coin from the Netherlands. Its rarity commanded a whopping $6.6 million.

1551 Gold Ducat

Marvel at the beauty of the 1792 Birch Cent, among the earliest experimental coins produced by the United States. It sold for $2.6 million.

1792 Birch Cent

Delve into the splendor of the 1787 Brasher Doubloon (EB on Wing), an extraordinary piece of American numismatic history. It sold for $4.58 million.

1787 Brasher Doubloon (EB on Wing)

Gaze upon the stunning 2007 $1 Million Australian Kangaroo Gold Coin, a symbol of artistry and wealth. Its auction price reached $1 million.

2007 $1 Million Australian Kangaroo Gold Coin

Discover the grandeur of the 1787 Gold Brasher Doubloon (New York Style), considered one of the finest early American coins. It sold for $7.4 million.

1787 Gold Brasher Doubloon (New York Style)