An Uncommon Bicentennial Quarter Approximately $450 Million: Five Additional Worth Over $786 Million USD💰

1943 Lincoln Head Copper Penny – Estimated Value: $1.7 Million In the midst of World War II, copper was so vital for military use that the U.S. Mint made the temporary switch to zinc-coated steel for producing pennies.

However, a few copper blanks from 1942 were mistakenly struck with the 1943 date, creating one of the most famous error coins in American numismatics.

1913 Liberty Head Nickel – Estimated Value: $3.7 Million The Liberty Head nickels were officially discontinued in 1912, replaced by the Buffalo nickel the following year.

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1804 Silver Dollar – Class I – Estimated Value: $4.1 Million Known as the “King of U.S. Coins,” the 1804 Silver Dollar represents one of the pinnacle achievements for any coin collector.

Originally minted in the 1830s for diplomatic gifts, this coin was not actually produced in 1804, adding to its lore. Only eight of these Class I types are known to exist.

The 1933 Double Eagle gold coin is infamous due to its legal controversies; nearly all were melted down after the U.S. left the gold standard, but a few escaped.

In 2002, a 1933 Double Eagle was auctioned for $7.59 million, emphasizing its status not just as a collectible but as a piece of American financial history.

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