The World’s Most Valuable Coin Sells at Auction for $18.9 Million

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  3. QuintupleSovereign

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    I doubt that the 1933 double eagle is truly the most valuable, especially given the possibility that more are lurking in private collections far from the prying eyes of the Feds. My money is on either the 1849 double eagle or the 1907 Indian Head pattern double eagle.
     
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    One of three known gold examples of what is perhaps the most famous ancient coin — the “Ides of March” Roman coin — sold for £3,240,000 ($4,188,393 U.S.) on Oct. 29, a record price for any ancient coin.

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