The 1933 Double Eagle, a $20 gold coin, holds a legendary status in the numismatic world.

Its history is intertwined with the Great Depression and the subsequent changes in the U.S. monetary system.  

In 2002, a 1933 Double Eagle was sold at auction for $7.59 million.  

The coin's value has continued to appreciate due to its rarity and storied past, and it's now estimated to be worth over $20 million. 

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The allure of owning one of the few surviving specimens of this coin, which represents a pivotal moment in American financial history, continues to captivate collectors and investors alike. 

The 1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar is a cornerstone of American numismatics. 

The coin features a portrait of Lady Liberty with flowing hair on the obverse and a small eagle on the reverse.  

Its historical significance, being among the earliest coins produced by the fledgling United States Mint, makes it highly desirable. 

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