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In the world of numismatics, rare coins are more than just currency; they’re pieces of history coveted by collectors and investors alike. Let’s delve into seven exclusive coins that only the wealthiest can afford. 

The 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar Lady Liberty graces this silver dollar, minted by the U.S. Mint. In 2013, it fetched over $10 million at auction, solidifying its status as one of the most expensive coins ever sold 

The 1933 Double Eagle A $20 gold piece with a fascinating backstory. Most were melted down during the Great Depression, but a few survived. One sold for $7.6 million in 2002 

The 1913 Liberty Head Nickel Only five of these mysterious nickels exist. Created under enigmatic circumstances, one fetched over $3.7 million in 2010 

The 1787 Brasher Doubloon Ephraim Brasher’s gold coin, marked with his ‘EB’ hallmark, is highly sought after. It sold for nearly $7.4 million in 2011 

The 1804 Silver Dollar – Class I Despite its 1804 date, these coins were minted in 1834 as presentation pieces. Only eight exist, with one auctioned for $3.8 million in 2008 

The 1343 Edward III Florin England’s rarest gold coin, minted during Edward III’s reign. With only three specimens known, it’s valued at over $6 million 

The 2007 $1 Million Canadian Maple Leaf Not old, but unique: a 100-kilogram gold coin made by the Royal Canadian Mint. Its face value is $1 million CAD, but its rarity makes it worth much more