The PCGS Million Dollar Coin Club™

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“Collecting” the PCGS Million Dollar Coin Club Coins

Million Dollar Coin

Ultra rarities, the coins in the PCGS Million Dollar Coin Club, are usually purchased for two purposes. Some individuals collect a certain series of United States coins and their Million Dollar Coin Club coins are part of their collection. For example, if you collect proof Trade dollars, then an 1885 proof would be part of your collection needs. Other individuals may purchase a Million Dollar Coin Club coin “just to have it.” Several past owners of a 1913 Liberty nickel have stated that it was their childhood fantasy come true to own a 1913 Liberty nickel.

For whatever reason a person acquires a Million Dollar Coin Club coin, they become a member of a very elite numismatic club. To celebrate the PCGS Million Dollar Coin Club, its coins and owners past and present, the very popular PCGS Set RegistrySM will now have an entire Registry “set” devoted to the Million Dollar Coin Club coins and their owners and dealers.

There are actually three separate Registry sets for the Million Dollar Coin Club coins. There is a set we call the “All Million Dollar Coin Club Coins.” This set includes all the coins in the PCGS Million Dollar Coin Club, including the coins permanently impounded in the Smithsonian Institution and other museums. There is a set we call the “Collectible Million Dollar Coin Club Coins.” This set includes all of the Million Dollar Coin Club Coins that are not permanently impounded in museums; these are the Million Dollar Coin Club coins you could theoretically actually buy. Finally, we have a Registry called “Million Dollar Coin Club Dealers” which lists the dealers who have handled Million Dollar Coin Club coins and how many times they have done so.