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The rarest, most expensive U.S. coins ever made.

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1922 "No D" Lincoln Cent Report Abuse
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1909-S VDB Cent Report Abuse
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rare 1936 buffalo nickel Report Abuse
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1895-S Barber Dime Report Abuse
1895-S Barber dime had a low mintage amount and one of the rarest coins out there.
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1794 Silver Dollar Report Abuse
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1964 silver quarter Report Abuse
is 100% silver and highly valued
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1879 Stella $4 Gold Report Abuse
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1907 High-Relief Double Eagle Report Abuse
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1894-S Dime Report Abuse
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E.B. Brasher's Gold Doubloon Report Abuse
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1943 Bronze Lincoln Cent Report Abuse
Though not as pricey as some other rarities, the '43 bronze cent deserves special mention. When the mint changed the composition of the one-cent coin as part of the war effort, not all the blanks of the previous year's composition were removed from the minting machines. The result was a bronze cent that should have been made of zinc. This is a rare coin with a great story; you never know when another one might turn up!
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1933 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle Report Abuse
Another rare coin by way of mint seizure, ownership of the 1933 St. Gaudens is technically illegal. 1933 was the last year the double eagle was struck, but before the coins were released to the public President Roosevelt issued an executive order recalling the 1933 coins and seizing all other privately held gold coins. Unlike the '64 Peace Dollar, it is thought that some '33 Saints survived the recall effort.
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1913 Liberty Nickel Report Abuse
A coin with a great story, the 1913 Liberty Nickel was struck by mint employees that sneaked into the mint after-hours. Only 5 are known to exist. This was the first U.S. coin to sell for more than a million dollars!
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The Gobrecht Dollar Report Abuse
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1937 Chain Cent Report Abuse
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1804 Silver Dollar Report Abuse
The 15 known specimens of this coin were actually minted in 1834 as gifts for Asian rulers, such as the King of Siam. The 1804 silver dollar is among the most expensive and rarest of U.S. coins.
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1861 Confederate Half Dollar Report Abuse
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1885 Trade Dollar Report Abuse
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1895 Morgan Dollar Report Abuse
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1915 Panama-Pacific $50 Gold Report Abuse
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1964 Peace Dollar Report Abuse
This coin is so rare, there's a good chance not a single specimen remains in existence. Of the just over 300,000 coins made, it is believed that all were recalled and melted.
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1776 Contintental Dollar Report Abuse
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1792 Half Disme Report Abuse
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