4 Coin Collecting Scandals That Shocked the Numismatic World 

The 1933 Double Eagle gold coin is linked to one of the most famous events in the history of coins.

Several of these coins mysteriously appeared in the 1940s after the gold standard was abandoned during the Great Depression

Well-known performer Wayne Newton got involved in a coin scandal in the early 2000s. 

 Newton and Bruce McNall, his business partner, were accused of ripping off investors by selling rare coins for more than they were worth.

The Liberty Head Nickel from 1913 is a very rare and valuable coin. There are only five known examples.

Distinguished coin dealer and grader John Albanese founded the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. 

 The mid-2000s saw Albanese accused of inflating coin grades to boost market value.

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