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1804 Silver Dollar — The King of American Coinage

1804 Silver Dollar — The King of American Coinage

Top 5 US Coins  We all know that US coins lead the collecting world, so here's our Top 5 most fascinating examples...   1804 Class III silver dollar...

Top 5 US Coins We all know that US coins lead the collecting world, so here's our Top 5 most fascinating examples... 1804 Class III silver dollar...

The 1804 silver dollar. "The King of U.S. Coins" resoundingly reaffirmed its claim to that throne on Aug. 30, 1999, when the Childs specimen, the finest-known example of this famous American rarity, changed hands at auction for $4.14 million -- more than double the previous record for any U.S. coin at that time.

The 1804 silver dollar. "The King of U.S. Coins" resoundingly reaffirmed its claim to that throne on Aug. 30, 1999, when the Childs specimen, the finest-known example of this famous American rarity, changed hands at auction for $4.14 million -- more than double the previous record for any U.S. coin at that time.

1804 Silver Dollar | 1804 Liberty Silver Dollar Copy 2OZT 999 Fine Silver Round WC PS TX ...

1804 Silver Dollar | 1804 Liberty Silver Dollar Copy 2OZT 999 Fine Silver Round WC PS TX ...

1804 Silver Dollars Finest Known and Values

1804 Silver Dollars Finest Known and Values

Known as "The King of U.S. Coins," the 1804 dollar is extremely rare, with only 15 known examples. No U.S. dollars dated 1804 actually were struck in that year; Class I specimens were struck in 1834-5 as diplomatic gifts (8 known), while Class II (unique) and III specimens (6 known) were struck during the 1850s for collectors.    For more: http://worldsfairofmoney.com/museum-showcase/the-idlerbebee-class-iii-specimen-1804-dollar.aspx#

Known as "The King of U.S. Coins," the 1804 dollar is extremely rare, with only 15 known examples. No U.S. dollars dated 1804 actually were struck in that year; Class I specimens were struck in 1834-5 as diplomatic gifts (8 known), while Class II (unique) and III specimens (6 known) were struck during the 1850s for collectors. For more: http://worldsfairofmoney.com/museum-showcase/the-idlerbebee-class-iii-specimen-1804-dollar.aspx#

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