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This list of the most valuable coins in the world features coins that were actually sold and the prices that they realized. There are coins that are unique, housed in museums and will never be available for sale to the general public. Since these coins are considered “priceless” they are not included in this list of the world’s most valuable coins. All prices listed are in U.S. dollars and include any auction fees and commissions that were charged to the buyer.
Don’t miss out! More of our products will go off sale at the end of 2013, so be sure to check out our “Last Chance” page for great gift ideas for the holidays! Whether it’s the 2013 American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coin, the 2013 Girl Scouts of the USA Young Collectors Set, 2013 5-Star Generals Profile Collection, the 2012 First Spouse Series Gold Coin, or one of the other beautiful products that will never be offered again, you’re sure to find something special. Perfect for holiday gifts, so order now!
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In these ever tougher economic times, we hear lots of talk about how there are no real jobs, how its hard to make real money, whether we can expect a rise in real incomes and so on. Well, here’s a look at money that doesn’t even pretend to be real.
In the Star Trek universe, Federation credits are mentioned a few times as a unit of currency, but never actually seen. Sometimes it’s inferred that money itself is no longer used in the bright future overseen by the United Federation of Planets. On other occasions, some goods and services are said to cost a certain number of credits, while some alien planets seem to have their own monetary systems. Here’s an artist impression of what Federation currency might look like.
The second United States Mint Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Medal Set released in 2012 includes an uncirculated quality Grover Cleveland $1 Coin and Frances Cleveland Bronze Medal (first term) – a likeness of the corresponding First Spouse Gold Coin. This set is available today. Order Now!
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The Whitman Coin & Collectible Baltimore Expo is this week, starting today March 22 for Dealer set up and ending March 25. It’s going to be an action packed weekend. Admission is free, but early bird passes are available for a fee, so if you want to get a jump on things pick one up. The official auction company for the show will be Stacks Bowers Galleries. Be sure to check the schedule so you don’t miss out on anything!
If you’re in Las Vegas this weekend be sure not to miss The Las Vegas Numismatic Society’s 49th Annual coin show! All of the information you need is right above. The Coin Raffle prizes are as follows:
- 1st: $500 Bill
- 2nd: $2.50 Gold Coin
- 3rd: 1/10 oz Gold Eagle
- 4th: GSA Silver Dollar
- 5th: Uncut Sheet of $1 Bills
- 6th-10th: 1 oz Silver
The Las Vegas Numismatic Society is having a meeting and benefit auction featuring 30 lots of coins and collectibles this Saturday starting at 2pm. The meeting will be held at the Charleston Heights Art Center located at 800 South Brush Street Las Vegas, NV. For more information go to the LVNS page here. Everyone is welcome!