The Most Valuable Coins Around The World

Pocket Change That’s Worth Million

Whether you're a coin collector looking for your next prized piece or just an enthusiast who wants to know what coins are worth the most, understanding valuable coins is a great way to add value to your collection.

From historic American coins to worldwide vintage and modern coins, here's a look at some of the most valuable currencies worldwide.

After President Roosevelt abandoned the country's gold standard in 1933, most people traded their coins for paper money (per the law).

The Most Valuable Coin in The World: The 1933 Saint-Caudens Double Eagle

The 1933 version was never released and is technically illegal to own, except for one private coin with an anonymous owner.

Only a few others are still around in designated U.S. museum collections and a bank bullion suppository in Fort Knox, making it one of the rarest and most expensive coins and nearly impossible to collect.

1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar

It was the first silver dollar to be authorized by Congress and features a portrait of Liberty on its obverse side with an eagle on its reverse side inspired by the Great Seal of the United States.

The 1787 Brasher Doubloon is another highly valuable U.S. coin minted during the same year the Constitution of the United States came into effect. It sold for over $9 million and is considered one of the rarest coins in existence.

1787 Brasher Doubloon

1343 Edward III Florin

The coin was produced during the reign of King Edward III (1943 to 1944) when he wanted to make a suitable coin for Europe and Medieval England.

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