7 Rare Kurmi Coins Worth $10 Millions: Are They in Your Collection?

Coin collection is just the beginning of everything numismatics has to offer; it's also an economic, artistic, and historical journey.  

Amazing riches, some with prices that would blow your mind, are hidden away on this domain.  

The 1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar

Being a possible trailblazer in its field, the emblem of the fledgling American Mint is steeped in importance.

Cloaked in mystery and legal contention,

The 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle exceeds $20. Few survived the U.S. gold standard shift, making them rare.

Journeying back to medieval Europe

Given its scarcity and historical significance, it may fetch over $10 million if auctioned today.

Crafted by Ephraim Brasher, the 1787 Brasher

Doubloon represents American numismatic ambition. The distinctive symbols defy European conventions of the time.

The 1913 Liberty Head Nickel

Its mysterious origins drive collector fervor, with a single piece selling for over $3.7 million in 2010, approaching $10 million.

The 1894-S Barber Dime

An enigma with only 24 coined and less than 10 survive, it represents Gilded Age grandeur.

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