The PCGS Million Dollar Coin Club™ Coins

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The Most Valuable Collectible United States Coins

There are approximately 11 United States coins with a value of $4,500,000 or more that are privately held.

1907 Indian Head $20 gold pattern, PR69 (PCGS estimated grade) - $15,000,000. See above. PCGS coin # 62238

1794 Silver dollar, SP66 (PCGS grade) - $7,850,000. See above. PCGS coin # 86851

1804 Silver dollar, “Original” or Class I, PR68 (PCGS grade) - $7,500,000. See above. PCGS coin # 6907

1822 $5 Gold Piece 1804 Silver dollar, “Original” or Class I, PR67 (PCGS grade) - $6,500,000. See above. PCGS coin # 6907

1822 $5 gold piece, EF45 (estimated grade) - $6,000,000. See above. PCGS coin # 8130

1804 Silver dollar, “Original” or Class 1, PR65 (PCGS grade, two coins) - $5,500,000. There are two examples of the 1804 silver dollar that have been graded PR65 by PCGS. These are the Eckfeldt-Stickney-Atwater-Eliasberg specimen and the Dexter-Dunham-Bareford specimen. PCGS coin # 6907

1787 Brasher Doubloon, EB on wing, MS64 (estimated grade) - $5,000,000. The incredible Choice Mint State specimen of this great gold rarity from the Garrett collection. PCGS coin # 487

1804 Draped Bust $10 gold piece Proof, PR65DCAM (estimated grade) - $4,750,000. The 1804 $10 gold proofs were struck at the same time as the “Original, Class I” 1804 silver dollars, i.e. beginning in 1834. One example is still in the King of Siam proof set. Four proofs were originally struck. It is unclear whether three of the four or all four exist today. The highest-graded example recently changed hands at close to $5 million. PCGS coin # 8570

1804 Silver dollar, “Original” or Class I, PR64 (estimated grade) - $4,500,000. This is the Parmelee-Byron Reed specimen. PCGS coin # 6907

1913 Liberty nickel, PR66 (PCGS grade) - $4,500,000. This is the finest of the five known examples of what is arguably the most famous United States rare coin. It is the Colonel Green-Louis Eliasberg specimen. PCGS coin # 3912