The PCGS Million Dollar Coin Club™ Coins

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There are 20 “Early American” coins that are members of the PCGS Million Dollar Coin Club. These coins consist of 12 separate issues and 20 individual specimens, of which 16 are privately held. They are:

1652 NE Three Pence, VF30 holed (estimated grade) - $1,000,000. There were three types of “NE” silver coins struck in Massachusetts in 1652, a three pence, six pence and shilling. They were the first coins struck in what would become the United States. The only surviving NE three pence has VF detail but is holed. It is in the collection of the Massachusetts Historical Society. PCGS Coin# 11

Nova Constellatio “5” copper, PR64 (estimated grade) - $1,200,000. There are six types of “Nova Constellatio” coin patterns, arguably the first patterns for a United States coinage. Interestingly, all six (there are seven individual coins) are privately held. The copper “5” is unique and the pedigree is Ex-Garrett, then John Ford collections. PCGS Coin# 816

Nova Constellatio “100” or “Bit” silver deco edge, PR65 (two coins, estimated grade) - $1,000,000. There are two known, one Ex-Garrett-John Ford. PCGS Coin# 819

Nova Constellatio “100” or “Bit” silver plain edge, PR64 (estimated grade) - $1,200,000. The plain edge “100” is unique. PCGS Coin# 45409

Nova Constellatio “500” or “Quint” silver “Type I,” PR64 (estimated grade) - $1,200,000. The Type I Quint is unique and is Ex-Garrett-John Ford. PCGS Coin# 820

Nova Constellatio “500” or “Quint” silver “Type II,” PR64 (estimated grade) - $1,200,000. The Type II Quint is unique and is Ex-Garrett-John Ford. PCGS Coin# 821

Nova Constellatio “1000” or “Mark” silver, PR64 (estimated grade) - $1,500,000. The silver “1000” is unique and is Ex-Garrett-John Ford. PCGS Coin# 822

1787 Brasher Doubloon 1787 Brasher Doubloon gold piece - $2,200,000 to $5,000,000. The Brasher Gold Doubloons are among the most famous of all early American coins. These gold rarities were produced by New York jeweler Ephraim Brasher, a neighbor of George Washington.

1787 Brasher Doubloon, “EB” on breast, AU50 (PCGS grade) - $4,250,000
PCGS Coin# 488
1787 Brasher Doubloon, “EB” on wing, MS64 (estimated grade) - $5,000,000
1787 Brasher Doubloon, “EB” on wing, MS63 (estimated grade) - $4,000,000
1787 Brasher Doubloon, “EB” on wing, AU55 (PCGS grade) - $3,000,000
1787 Brasher Doubloon, “EB” on wing, EF45 (estimated grade) - $2,750,000
1787 Brasher Doubloon, “EB” on wing (ANS museum), VF35 (estimated grade) - $2,200,000
1787 Brasher Doubloon, “EB” on wing (Smithsonian), VF20 (estimated grade) - $2,200,000
PCGS Coin# 487

1787 Brasher Half Doubloon, AU50 (estimated grade) - $4,000,000. This unique piece of early American history is in the Smithsonian. PCGS Coin# 489

“1742” (1786) “Lima Style” gold doubloon, EF40 (two coins, estimated grades) - $1,000,000 each. The Lima Style doubloons were dated 1742 but actually struck by Brasher in 1786. They were Brasher’s first attempt at creating a circulating coin. There are just two known. PCGS Coin# 491

1792 Washington gold “$10,” AU55 (estimated grade) - $1,000,000. This incredible unique coin is in the fabulous collection of Eric Newman. The value is very speculative and could be a lot higher than what we have listed. PCGS Coin# 716

1776 Continental “Dollar” the “CURRENCY, EG FECIT” variety struck in silver, MS63 (estimated grade) - $1,000,000. There are only two known and the finest is the MS63 from the John Ford collection. PCGS Coin# 796