With the release of the Trade for a $2 million dollar coin in April 2018, it was already a rare coin in existence, but now, in the days and weeks following its release, it is becoming one of the most sought-after coins in the world.
With a value of $17.7 million and a mint mark of 1873, this is the second coin of its kind in history, the first being the 1873 dollar coin.
It is a highly collectible coin and has been featured on CBS’ “Good Morning America” program in the past.
The coin is currently available for $1,800 in platinum and $1.5 million in silver.
The coin has a mintmark of 1803.
It comes with a $20 gold certificate of authenticity.
The $20 certificate of legitimacy, which is the proof of ownership for the coin, is issued by the American Numismatic Association (ANA) and is a rare, one-of-a-kind certificate that commemorates the coin’s mintmark.
The certificate is signed by President William Henry Harrison, and is presented by the mint.
The Trade for dollar coin features a gold and silver obverse and reverse and is currently valued at $2.2 million.
Its design was created by David C. Schmitt, a Chicago-based coin artist who previously worked on the designs for the United States coinage.
The obverse of the coin has the likeness of President Andrew Jackson, while the reverse has the portrait of Thomas Jefferson.
The trade price for the trade coin is $1 million.
The trade was officially announced on April 2, 2018.
The price of the trade is listed as $2,890,000.
The silver trade price is $18.7, while platinum is listed at $20.
It was minted at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in conjunction with the U.S. Mint.
The silver is now on display at the U, S Mint in St. Louis.
The United States Mint is known for producing more than 400 million silver and platinum coins annually.
In the past five years, the United State Mint has produced more than 3.4 billion coins.