The World Trade Centre Coin Club is looking for coins that have been created using the most advanced technologies to create unique coins.
It is asking for up to $200 and up to 50 different coins to be auctioned off from a limited number of locations.
In the US, it is looking at two sets of coins: a silver and a gold one.
The gold and silver set are both expected to sell for between $250,000 and $300,000, with the gold set valued at around $1 million.
The silver set will sell for $100,000 to $150,000.
The group is looking to raise $10,000 per coin.
If they can raise that, it will be a significant boost for the group.
It will also be the first time a coin from the World Trade Centers site has been auctioned on eBay, a site that allows fans to bid for coins on behalf of those who visit the site.
“I can’t say I’m thrilled to be involved, but I’m proud to be a part of this,” said George Haddad, president of the trade center.
“The coin that I’ve been interested in for a while now, I’ve wanted to do something with.”
There is no limit to the number of coins that can be auctionned off, but the first set of 50 will only be up for auction for a maximum of three years.
“We’re looking for unique coins,” Mr Haddads said.
“There are so many of them.
We want to make sure they’re unique.”
The group’s coin auction will take place at the Sydney Convention Centre from March 29 to May 5.
Auctioneer Mark Dyson said the group was “trying to be creative”.
“We’ve been working with people like the US Mint, the New York Mint, and the London Mint, all trying to come up with something that’s unique,” he said.
The US Mint will be auctioning one coin per day, while the London and New York mints will each have one coin auctioned per day.
Mr Haddades said the coins could be used to pay bills, buy groceries, and pay for trips.
“You can do a bit of it all at the same time,” he added.
“So if you want to pay your bills or if you need a little bit of credit, you can pay a credit card or buy some groceries.”
The coin auction is being held at the World trade center site in New York, New Jersey and Washington, D.C.
The site will host the largest coin auction in history, with $1 billion worth of silver and gold coins on offer.
The United States Mint has offered the public the chance to win two coins every day since April.
The auction will be held on the same day that a new coin will be released, as well as a new series of American and Canadian coins being released.