25 Most Valuable US Coins

Based on the most-updated ranking by CoinTrackers.com, an online database providing coin values, here are the coins every coin collector wants in their private collections. Curious about what coins to watch for?

From half dollars dating back to the 18th century to the iconic 1913 Liberty Head V Nickel worth millions of dollars, welcome to the world of the most valuable nickels, quarters, silver dollars, state quarters and other extremely rare coins. Here are the 25 Most Valuable US Coins.

25

1885 Liberty Head Double Eagle, estimated maximum price: $150,000

1885 Liberty Head Double EagleSource: cointrackers.com

CoinTrackers.com has estimated this coin value at an average of $6,000, while one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth up to $150,000. The face value of this coin is $20.

24

1886 Liberty Head Double Eagle, estimated maximum price: $150,000

1886 Liberty Head Double EagleSource: cointrackers.com

CoinTrackers.com has estimated this coin value at an average of $15,000, while one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth up to $150,000. Only 1,000 of these coins were produced.

23

1920 S Indian Head Gold Eagle, estimated maximum price: $150,000

1920 S Indian Head Gold EagleSource: cointrackers.com

CoinTrackers.com has estimated this coin value at an average of $13,000, while one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth up to $150,000. The face value of this coin is $10.

22

1796 Draped Bust Half Dollar (15-star version), estimated maximum price: $150,000

1796 Draped Bust Half DollarSource: cointrackers.com

CoinTrackers.com has estimated this coin value at an average of $20,000, while one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth up to $150,000. Only 3,000 of these coins were produced.

21

1870 CC Liberty Seated Quarter, estimated maximum price: $150,000

1870 CC Liberty Seated QuarterSource: cointrackers.com

CoinTrackers.com has estimated this coin value at an average of $7,800, while one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth up to $150,000. Only 8,000 of these coins were produced.



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