Rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth Nearly $49 Million USD: 9 More worth over $799,999 Gem

A rare coin worth a lot is like buried treasure in numismatics. The numismatic community is buzzing over a Bicentennial Quarter worth nearly $49 million USD.   

Legendary 1804 Silver Dollar (Estimated Value: $3.8 Million USD)  

Famous as the “King of American Coins,” the 1804 Silver Dollar is rare. The coin's date is wrong; most were diplomatic gifts in the 1830s. This coin is numismatically significant at $3.8 million USD.  

1913 Liberty Head Nickel: A True Rarity ($4.5M)  

Famous and valuable coins include the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel. This coin, one of five featuring Lady Liberty, sold privately for $4.5 million USD.  

America's First Silver Dollar: 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar (Estimated Value: $10 Million)  

The first US silver dollar was the 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar. Rare and historically significant, its $10 million USD value attracts collectors.  

Legal Issue: 1933 Double Eagle ($7.6 Million USD)  

This 1933 Double Eagle has a colourful and turbulent past. Most gold coins from the U.S. Mint were burned. One sold for $7.6 million USD in a 2002 auction.  

1804 Bust Dollar: “King of American Coins” (Estimated Value: $4.1 Million)  

Classic 1804 Bust Dollar is another “King of American Coins” rarity. Prized diplomatic minting survivors. Publicly selling one coin raised $4.1 million.  

1907 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Ultra High Relief: A Gold Masterpiece (Estimated Value: $3 Million USD)  

The 1907 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle Ultra High Relief is numismatic. Augustus Saint-Gaudens' coin can fetch $3 million at auction.  

Rare Small Denomination: 1796 Draped Bust Dime ($1.8 Million USD)  

Small denominations can be precious, like the 1796 Draped Bust Dime. This dime's $1.8 million value indicates early American coinage's scarcity.  

Mystery: 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar ($1.5 Million USD)  

The mystery coin is the 1870-S Seated Liberty Dollar. Only nine copies exist, and its $1.5 million USD value highlights the attractiveness of rare numismatic treasures.  

1943 Bronze Lincoln Cent Minting Error (Estimated Value: $1.7 Million)  

In 1943, wartime shortages forced the U.S. Mint to create steel Lincoln Cents. Some were accidentally struck in bronze, generating unique coins. This penny auctioned for $1.7 million USD.  

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Five Rare Dimes and Rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth $93 Million Dollars Each Are Still in Circulation