Top 10 Rare Coins at APMEX
APMEX’s team of savvy numismatists knows the rarest coins can boast values into the stratosphere. There is a very special 1849 $20.00 Liberty Gold Double Eagle at the Smithsonian Institution, for example, conservatively valued at more than $20 million, but as it is unique and owned by the United States Government, no amount of money can ever purchase that coin.
While the rarest coins in the collections of a few fortunate people with tremendous resources may rival those in the Smithsonian, our own clients may be looking for incredibly rare U.S. Coins. We are thrilled to offer truly exceptional and exciting coins for the consideration of our most serious collectors and we encourage everybody to peruse our superior collection of the rarest and most valuable coins, available for both education and pleasure.
This 1907 $5 Liberty Gold Half Eagle has been certified as PF-66 Cameo by NGC, one of the top two coin grading services.
This 1834 Capped Bust Half Dime has been certified as PF-66+ by NGC, one of the top two coin grading services. This coin has a population of only 2 coins!
This 1793 Flowing Hair Large Cent (Wreath, Vine & Bars) has been certified as MS-62 (Brown) by NGC, one of the top two coin grading services. This coin has a population of only 14 coins!
This 1797 Draped Bust Half Dollar has been certified as VG-10 by PCGS, one of the top two coin grading services. This coin has a population of only 11 coins!
This 1873 Liberty Seated Quarter (Closed 3) has been certified as MS-62 by PCGS, one of the top two coin grading services.