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1776 Continental Dollar in Silver, VF35 CURENCY, Newman 1-C, W-8450

1776 Continental Dollar, CURENCY, Silver, Newman 1-C, Breen-1091, Hodder 1-A.3, W-8450, R.8, VF35 NGC. CAC.

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1,140,000

1792 Quarter Dollar, Judd-13, Pollock-15, High R.7 AU58 NGC.

1792 Quarter Dollar, Judd-13, Pollock-15, High R.7 AU58 NGC.

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$1,260,000

1866 $1 No Motto PR63+ PCGS. CAC. Judd-540, Pollock-605, R.8

1866 $1 No Motto PR63+ PCGS. CAC. Judd-540, Pollock-605, R.8

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$1,050,000

The World's Most Famous Coin 1787 New York-Style Brasher Doubloon, W-5840, MS65★ The Finest-Known Example Ex: Stickney-Ellsworth-Garrett-Partrick

'The World's Most Famous Coin' | 1787 New York--Style Brasher Doubloon, W--5840, MS65★ | The Finest--Known Example | Ex: Stickney--Ellsworth--Garrett--Partrick

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$9,360,000

1907 $20 Ultra High Relief, Normal Edge Lettering, PR68 NGC. JD-3, Low R.7.

1907 $20 Ultra High Relief, Normal Edge Lettering, PR68 NGC. JD-3, Low R.7.

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$3,600,000

1880 $4 Coiled Hair, Judd-1660, Pollock-1860, JD-1, Low R.7, PR67 Cameo NGC

1880 $4 Coiled Hair, Judd-1660, Pollock-1860, JD-1, Low R.7, PR67 Cameo NGC

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$1,860,000

1804 Plain 4 Eagle, BD-2, PR65+ Deep Cameo  Extremely Rare Early Gold Proof Finest of Three Known Ex: Sultan of Muscat-'Colonel' Green

1804 Plain 4 Eagle, BD-2, PR65+ Deep Cameo | Extremely Rare Early Gold Proof | Finest of Three Known | Ex: Sultan of Muscat--'Colonel' Green

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$5,280,000

1885 Trade Dollar, PR63+ Cameo  CAC Approved, The Amon Carter Specimen Legendary Rarity That Needs No Introduction

1885 Trade Dollar, PR63+ Cameo | CAC Approved, The Amon Carter Specimen | A Legendary Rarity That Needs No Introduction

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$2,100,000

1792 Silver Center Cent, SP67 Brown Historically Important Early Pattern CAC Approved, Finest-Known Example Judd-1, Ex: Garrett

1792 Silver Center Cent, SP67 Brown | Historically Important Early Pattern | CAC Approved, Finest-Known Example | Judd--1, Ex: Garrett

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$2,520,000

1796 No Pole Half Cent, MS67 Red and Brown The Finest Known Cohen-1, Breen-1 A Legendary Numismatic Rarity

1796 No Pole Half Cent, MS67 Red and Brown |The Finest Known Cohen--1, Breen--1 | A Legendary Numismatic Rarity

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$780,000

1796 Quarter Eagle, CAC'd MS65Rare BD-3 Stars Obverse Variety

1796 Quarter Eagle, CAC'd MS65 | Rare BD-3 Stars Obverse Variety | The Sole Finest Example Known, Ex: Byron Reed | A Former Museum Relic

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$1,380,000

1885 Trade Dollar, PR63+ Cameo  CAC Approved, The Amon Carter Specimen Legendary Rarity That Needs No Introduction

1786 Lima Style Brasher Doubloon | The First Circulating Gold Coin Struck in the United States | MS61, W-5820, The Finer of Two Examples Known

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$2,100,000

1807 25C B-1, R.2, MS67 PCGS. CAC.

1807 25C B-1, R.2, MS67 PCGS. CAC.

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$630,000

1795 $1 Draped Bust, Centered, B-15, BB-52, R.2, MS65+ PCGS. CAC.

1795 $1 Draped Bust, Centered, B-15, BB-52, R.2, MS65+ PCGS. CAC.

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$456,000

1943-S 1C Struck on a Bronze Planchet MS63 Brown PCGS. CAC

1943-S 1C Struck on a Bronze Planchet MS63 Brown PCGS. CAC

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$504,000
Value Guide to Coins with No Mint Marks
01.27.2021
Value Guide to Coins with No Mint Marks

What are the most valuable coins with no mint marks, and how much are they worth? This guide to coins without mint marks explains their rarity and value. Ready to sell? Get a free appraisal from our experts for your collectible coin with no mint mark....

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1894-S 10C Branch Mint PR66 PCGS

1894-S 10C Branch Mint PR66 PCGS

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$1,500,000

1795 $1 Flowing Hair, Three Leaves, Silver Plug, B-7, BB-18, R.3, MS65+ PCGS. CAC

1795 $1 Flowing Hair, Three Leaves, Silver Plug, B-7, BB-18, R.3, MS65+ PCGS. CAC

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$630,000

1796 10C JR-1, R.3, SP67 PCGS

1796 10C JR-1, R.3, SP67 PCGS

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$750,000

1795 $10 13 Leaves, BD-1, High R.3, MS64 NGC

1795 $10 13 Leaves, BD-1, High R.3, MS64 NGC

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$288,000

1819 $5 Overpunched Denomination (I Over 0), BD-1, FS-901, High R.6, MS65 PCGS. CAC

1819 $5 Overpunched Denomination (I Over 0), BD-1, FS-901, High R.6, MS65 PCGS. CAC

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$444,000

1930-S $20 MS66 NGC

1930-S $20 MS66 NGC

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$252,000
Is It Legal to Own a 1933 Indian Head Gold Eagle Coin?
02.25.2020 Is It Legal to Own a 1933 Indian Head Gold Eagle Coin?

Only 37 coins remain from a minting of 312,000 1933 Indian head gold eagles. What makes it so special, and what's it worth?...

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Passion | Expertise | Results: Sarah Miller, Deputy Managing Director - New York

Passion | Expertise | Results: Sarah Miller, Deputy Managing Director - New York

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