1976 Bicentennial Quarter - $980,000: Issued to commemorate America's 200th anniversary, this rare coin fetches nearly a million dollars due to its unique design and limited mintage.

1804 Draped Bust Quarter - $4.015 Million: One of the rarest and most coveted coins in American numismatic history, commanding a staggering price at auction.

1913 Liberty Head Nickel - $3.7 Million: With only five known specimens in existence, this coin is a true rarity, fetching millions at auction.

1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar - $10 Million: The first dollar coin issued by the United States Mint, highly sought after by collectors for its historical significance.

1933 Double Eagle Gold Coin - $7.6 Million: Despite being illegal to own, one specimen fetched a record-breaking price at auction due to its controversial history.

1796 Draped Bust Quarter - $1.527 Million: An exceptionally rare coin, highly coveted by collectors for its scarcity and historical significance.

1913 Liberty Head V Nickel - $4.4 Million: Another rare nickel from 1913, fetching millions at auction due to its limited mintage and historical significance.

1894-S Barber Dime - $1.32 Million: With only nine known specimens in existence, this dime is a prized rarity among collectors.

1804 Silver Dollar Class I - $3.8 Million: One of the most famous and valuable coins in American numismatic history, commanding a high price at auction. 2.

1943 Copper Penny - $1.7 Million: Due to a mint error, a few copper pennies were struck in 1943 instead of the typical steel composition, making them incredibly rare and valuable.

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