4 Times Rare Coins Changed the Conversation on Wealth 

The Brasher Doubloon is an extremely rare and valuable American coin that was made in 1787 by Ephraim Brasher. 

This coin changed the way people talked about wealth because it showed the economic goals and independence of a new country. 

Due to the Gold Reserve Act, the 1933 Double Eagle is a $20 gold coin that was made by the U.S. Mint but never released to the public.

 One of these coins sold at auction in 2002 for over $7.5 million, showing how much people are willing to pay for rare coins.

One of the rarest and best-known coins in American history is the 1804 Silver Dollar. 

As prestige and rarity symbols, these coins changed wealth discussions. As the "King of American Coins," the 1804 Silver Dollar has sold for millions. 

The Royal Canadian Mint issued a massive 2007 gold coin worth 1 million Canadian dollars. It was the largest gold coin ever minted, weighing 100 kilograms.

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