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Different types of coins, for coin collectors

Updated on August 16, 2013

Different types of coins for coin collections

Coin collecting is one of the most popular collectors usually strive towards. There are some people that have been collecting coins for many years, and it has grown extremely popular. Coin collections contain some common coins, and then there are those coins that are extremely rare, and are a lot of money.

1969-S Lincoln Cent With a Doubled Die Obverse

1969-S Lincoln Cent With a Doubled Die Obverse

The 1969-S Lincoln Cent With a Doubled Die Obverse is an extremely rare coin to find, and is worth close to thirty five thousand dollars. As of the year 2009, there is only forty 1969-S Lincoln Cent With a Doubled Die Obverse left in the world.

Flowing hair dollar

Flowing hair dollar

The flowing hair dollar is the most rarest, and valuable coins, ever found in the world. The flowing hair dollar is worth 7.85 million dollars. Now that's a lot of money. The flowing hair dollar was issued in 1794, and coin collectors strive to include this coin in there collection.

Rare Edward III coin

Rare Edward III coin

The Rare Edward III coin is completely made out of gold, and was issued in 1342, and the third most expensive coin on my market today. The Rare Edward III coin only has three of these coins left, and coin collectors will pay up to 6.8 million dollars, just to add it to there coin collections. WOW!

1933 Double Eagle coin

1933 Double Eagle coin

The 1933 Double Eagle coin is completely made out of gold, and was issued in 1933. The 1933 Double Eagle coin is worth about 7.59 million dollars, and thousands of coin collectors all over the world, strive to get this coin, and is the second most expensive coin on the market today.

Queen Elizabeth II coin

Queen Elizabeth II coin

The Queen Elizabeth II coin is the largest coin ever created, and is completely made out of gold. The Queen Elizabeth II coin weighs about 100 kilos, and is worth about four million dollars. The Queen Elizabeth II coin is the truest type of coin on the market today.

These coins are the most popular coins, that coin collectors dream of owning. There are many other coins that people strive to get, if you have a valuable coin, or just a neat coin feel free to leave a comment, i would love to hear about it. You can find more information on coins though various websites over the Internet. Thank you.

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      Christian smith 3 years ago

      I have a all gold Pennie 1992 Abraham Lincoln coin I was intrigued by seeing it I know its value is high because it is a rare coin'',but what would u suspense the true worth of this coin.

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