Rare Bicentennial Quarter Worth Nearly $36 Million, 7 More Worth Over $50 Million USD 

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1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar: Considered the first dollar coin issued by the U.S. Mint, its finest specimen sold for over $10 million, making it one of the most valuable coins in the world.

1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle: This gold coin, of which only a few legally exist for collectors, fetched over $7.5 million at auction due to its rarity and historical significance.

1787 Brasher Doubloon: One of the earliest American gold coins, hand-struck by Ephraim Brasher, a goldsmith, sold for over $7 million, highlighting its rarity and demand among collectors.

1913 Liberty Head Nickel: With only five known examples, this coin has consistently commanded millions at auction, with one selling for over $3.7 million.

1894-S Barber Dime: One of the rarest dimes, with only 24 minted and 9 known to exist, it has fetched over $1.9 million at auction, showcasing its extreme rarity.

1804 Silver Dollar (Class I): Known as the "King of American Coins," it has sold for over $4 million due to its historical intrigue and rarity.

1343 Edward III Florin: One of the rarest English coins, only three are known to exist, making it extremely valuable, though specific auction prices can vary widely based on condition and buyer interest.

2007 $1 Million Canadian Gold Maple Leaf: This massive 100-kilogram gold coin, with a purity of 99.999%, was valued by its gold content and craftsmanship, making it worth millions.

1943 Copper Lincoln Penny: Mistakenly struck in copper during a year when pennies were made of steel, these rare pennies can fetch over $1 million among collectors.

2000 Australian $1/10 Mule: A rare error coin that combines a $1 obverse and a 10c reverse, fetching high prices at auction due to its uniqueness and rarity.