The 10 most expensive antique coins and valuable World.

What are the 10 most expensive and valuable old coins world? . Bringing the response of these curiosities of numismatics the very prestigious Forbes, CNBC and Nostomania sites.

1) 1804 Bust Dollar (Dexter Dollar-Silver Dollars, 1804 Draped Bust Proof Restrike) Class 1. Worldwide it is known that there 1804 silver dollars and only 8 of the named class 1. Were issued during the years 1834 and 1835. Class two was issued in 1958 with a new smooth edge and back of the class three as another setback lettered edge between 1859 and 1860. Its certified value is USD $ 52.7 million


2) Variety earlier known as  Silver Dollars, Proof Original 1804 Draped Bust . Its certified value is  USD $ 10,100,000


3) The dollar hair ( Silver Dollars, Flowing Hair 1794 ) was the first dollar coin issued by the federal government of the United States. The coin was minted in 1794 and 1795, its size and weight are based on the Spanish dollar, which was very popular in the trade in the Americas.
In 1791, following a study by Alexander Hamilton, Congress passed a joint resolution creating a national mint is requested. Later that year, in his third State of the Union address, President George Washington urged Congress to establish a mint, which was officially authorized by the Coinage Act of 1792. Despite the release, the silver and gold coins were not made ​​until 1794. The dollar, designed by Robert Scot, was first produced in 1794, and again in 1795. In October 1795 the design was replaced by the dollar bust. Its certified value is USD $ 10,000,000


4) Saint-Gaudens double eagle ( Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles 1933 ) is a twenty-dollar gold double eagle known as produced by the Mint of the United States (U.S. Mint) from 1907 to 1933. The coin is named after its designer, the sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who designed the obverse and reverse. It is considered by many as the most beautiful of all U.S. coins. Its certified value is  USD $ 8,830,000


5) Large One-Cent Pieces, 1795 Reeded Edge Liberty Cap . The genesis of the 1795 Reeded Edge Cent can be found in January 1796, when President George Washington's proclamation reduce launch weight of 208 grains Cent to 168 grains. Is should be retroactive to December 27, 1795, the date that President Washington had given verbal commands to manage Elias Boudinot Mint to make this weight change. Its certified value is  USD $ 8.53 million



6) Composed of 100% copper, with a weight of 10.9 g, the Large One-Cent Pieces, 1803 Draped Bust Large date, small fraction  was designed by Robert Scot, the 1803 has a diameter of 28 mm. 516,300 cents delivered on 22 February 1803 were originally issued. 

Their certified value is  USD $ 5,200,000


7)  Nickel Five-Cent Pieces Liberty Head 1913 Proof.  The Liberty Head 1913 nickel is a U.S. nickel, which was produced in very limited amounts authorized by the Mint of the United States (U.S. Mint) so it is one of the best known and most sought-after rarities in American numismatics. In 1972, a specimen of nickel became the first coin to ask for a price of U.S. $ 100,000 in 1996, another copy became the first to break the barrier of one million U.S. $. It is also rumored that if one is in perfect condition, could be worth more than USD. $ 20 million. In 2003 a coin was sold for nearly $ 3 million. In 2010, the piece sold for U.S. $ 3.7 million in a public auction. Only five are known ejemploares two museums and three in private collections. Its certified value is  USD $ 4,940,000


8) Half Dollars, 1794 Flowing Hair Overton 110 : Of the 10 known varieties of this coin forged in silver and bronze. the most expensive and extremely rare is the Overton 110. Certificate whose value is  USD $ 4,830,000



9) Double Eagles ($ 20.00 Gold Pieces), Coronet 1861 Paquet reverse . The Double Eagle or Coronet Liberty Head is an American gold coin twenty dollar. It was a standard currency for trade from 1850 to 1907. It was designed in the Mint of the United States (U.S. Mint) by its Chief Engraver James B. Longacre. The rare variety of 1861 arises with the nation at war for which New Orleans stop minting the currency, after the separation of Louisiana Union. Its certified value is  USD $ 4,390,000


10) Only 4 unique copies are known  Eagles ($ 10.00 Gold Pieces), Capped Bust 1804 Proof, plain 4.  these coins were minted in reality in 1834 as diplomatic gifts of trade missions abroad on behalf of President Andrew Jackson. Muscat, Thailand, Japan and China were their destinations. The set presented to the King of Siam remains intact to this day. Its certified value is  USD $ 4,150,000





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