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World’s Most Valuable Numismatic Item, $48 Million Gold 1,000 Bitcoin Physical Coin, Submitted by GreatCollections to PCGS

(Irvine, California) – Not seen for a decade, a one-ounce gold coin with a denomination of 1,000 Bitcoins (BTC) is the world’s most valuable numismatic item. Purchased in December 2011 for $4,905, it is now worth $48 million at the BTC value as of Monday morning, October 4, 2021.

PCGS Banknote Grades Finest-Known Example of One of the First Western Banknotes Ever Issued

PCGS recently graded one of just six known February 3, 1690/91 20 Shillings Colonial banknotes. The “Bill of Credit” was issued by the Massachusetts Bay Colony to pay and stave off mutiny by its troops in a failed attempt to take Quebec from the French during the King William’s War against Canada.


2021 The 1971 No-S Proof Nickel

Jefferson Nickels often aren’t top of mind when thinking about great modern rarities among United States coins, but there’s at least one Jefferson Nickel that does deserve some extra attention, and that’s the 1971 No-S Proof.

Coin of the Issue: 1907 High-Relief Wire Edge Saint-Gaudens

“Overrated.” “Common.” “There are so many at any large coin show.”

These are words that I often hear when I proclaim to folks that the 1907 Saint-Gaudens High-Relief Wire Edge Double Eagle is America’s greatest coin. I think to myself, “they don’t understand!” To me, the beauty of the design and the story behind the creation of the coin is what makes it so special.

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October 27, 2021

Gold Gold 1790.81
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Silver Silver 24.02
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Platinum Platinum 1020.38
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Palladium Palladium 1984.73
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