Three more, each worth over $20 million, and a rare bicentennial quarter valued at about $60 million  

Minted in the earliest days of the United States Mint, this coin holds immense historical significance, symbolizing the birth of a nation and the dawn of its economic prowess.  

Recently, one of these iconic silver dollars fetched a staggering $23.5 million at auction, cementing its status as one of the most coveted coins in the world. 

Following closely behind is the 1933 Double Eagle, a gold coin shrouded in mystery and controversy.  

Originally intended for circulation but never released due to the Gold Reserve Act of 1933, only a few escaped the fate of being melted down.  


This rarity fetched an astonishing $29.9 million in a private transaction, making it the most expensive coin ever sold. 

Rounding off the trio is the 1787 Brasher Doubloon, one of the earliest gold coins struck in the United States.  

Bearing the mark of Ephraim Brasher, a renowned goldsmith and neighbor of George Washington, this coin boasts both historical significance and exquisite craftsmanship. 

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