7 Rare Kurmi Coins Worth $10 Millions: Are They in Your Collection? 

Numismatics goes beyond coins to history, art, and economics. These treasures contain rare, valuable coins that can reach astronomical figures. These seven rare coins are worth $10 million or more. Your collection may include historical coins with stories. 

1. 1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar

A rare Bicentennial Quarter auctioned for nearly $90 million. Rare and unique quarter. A rare minting error and pristine condition distinguish it. A slight minting misalignment or double-strike made this quarter unique. Historical anomalies are valued by collectors. A drummer boy and a torch with 13 stars represent American independence, making the quarter appealing. 

2. 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle 

Coin mystery and legal controversy surround the 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle. After the U.S. government melted down most of the 1933 series, this $20 gold coin became a rare collector's item. Few survived, making them rare. One of these coins sold for over $7 million in 2002 and has since increased in value to over $10 million. 

3. 1343 Florin Edward III 

The 1343 Edward III Florin, or Double Leopard, is a historic coin from mediaeval Europe. This rare mediaeval English gold coin was minted under King Edward III. Its intricate design and historical significance make it valuable. While its market value is unknown, experts believe one could easily exceed $10 million if auctioned today. 

4. 1787 Brasher Doubloon 

Some call the 1787 Brasher Doubloon the American numismatic Holy Grail. This coin by George Washington's neighbour and goldsmith Ephraim Brasher shows early American craftsmanship and ambition. American symbols distinguish the coin from European designs. Rare and historically significant, its values often exceed $10 million. 

5. 1913 Liberty Head Nickel

It's hard to understand the 1913 Liberty Head Nickel. In 1913, five specimens were mysteriously struck and found after the U.S. Mint stopped making this design in 1912. A mysterious origin and rarity draw collectors to the coin. This nickel sold for over $3.7 million in 2010 and could reach $10 million in the right market. 

6. 1894-S Barber Dime 

American coins like the 1894-S Barber Dime are mysterious. Fewer than ten remain of the 24 minted. Its minting is mysterious, adding to its appeal. These rare dimes show Gilded Age luxury. The rare coin market is expected to increase the value of one that sold for nearly $2 million in 2016. 

7. 2007 $1M Canadian Gold Maple Leaf 

The 2007 $1 Million Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is a modern numismatic marvel. Once worth $1 million, this 100-kilogram, 99.999% gold coin. Its size, purity, and rising gold value make it worth more than face value. New to rare coins, its uniqueness and value are obvious. 

Nearly $90 Million Rare Bicentennial Quarter: Three More Over $10M USD 

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