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Top 10 Certified Coin Auction Prices

Many of the world's most valuable coins have been graded and certified and have set numerous auction records. Below is a list of the top 10 auction prices realized for certified coins for a particular series.

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Series

Early Half Dimes


Rank
Service
Price
Coin
Grade
Auction House
Date
1 PCGS $1,410,000.00 1792 H10C MS MS 67 Heritage Auctions1/14/2013
2 PCGS $1,322,500.00 1792 H10C MS MS 67 Heritage Auctions4/26/2006
3 NGC $1,145,625.00 1792 H10C MS MS 68 Stack's Bowers1/1/2013
4 PCGS $793,125.00 1792 H10C MS MS 66 Stack's Bowers7/27/2013
5 PCGS $528,750.00 1792 H10C MS MS 65 Heritage Auctions1/12/2014
5 PCGS $528,750.00 1792 H10C MS MS 64 Heritage Auctions1/14/2013
7 PCGS $503,125.00 1792 H10C MS MS 63 Heritage Auctions1/9/2008
8 PCGS $493,500.00 1792 H10C MS MS 66 Heritage Auctions1/9/2017
9 PCGS $470,000.00 1792 H10C MS MS 64 Stack's Bowers2/22/2013
10 PCGS $440,625.00 1792 H10C MS MS 64 Stack's Bowers5/19/2015

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The prices shown in NGC Auction Central reflect the hammer price plus the auction house's commission.

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NGC Auction Central Disclaimer

Disclaimer: The auction prices realized listed in the NGC Auction Central are compiled from a number of independent, third party sources in the numismatic community which NGC believes to be reliable. The auction data listed by NGC may occasionally contain typographical or input errors that can result in incorrect prices realized appearing on the NGC website. Therefore, the prices realized listed in NGC Auction Central are designed to serve merely as one of many measures and facts that coin buyers and sellers can use in determining coin values. These prices are not intended, and should not be relied upon, to replace the due diligence and – when appropriate – expert consultation that coin buyers and sellers should undertake when entering into a coin transaction. As such, NGC disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information contained in the NGC Auction Central. By using the NGC Auction Central, the user agrees that neither NGC nor any of its affiliates, shareholders, officers, employees or agents shall have any liability for any loss or damage of any kind, including without limitation any loss arising from reliance on the information contained in the NGC Auction Central.

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