Monaco Rare Coins recently purchased the finest known Brasher Gold Doubloon from 1787 and displayed it at the American Numismatic Association’s World’s Fair of Money.
It has been called arguably America’s most valuable coin. The finest known Brasher gold doubloon from 1787 was on display at the American Numismatic Association’s World’s Fair of Money.
Adam Crum of Monaco talks about what it is like to own and display such a numismatic rarity.
In addition, a limited number of restrikes were commissioned from the Eureka Mint and minted at the convention where collectors could purchase a copy for their collections.
Adam Crum talks about this new creation as well.
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American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money
The country’s premier coin show and convention, is held every summer at cities around the country. This year the show was hosted in Chicago, Il. The convention features spectacular educational programs and events, and the most stunning collections of early American rarities ever assembled for the ANA’s signature Museum Showcase.
The bourse, which is always sold out, includes the finest rare coin and currency dealers in the world, with special sections for U.S., world and ancient coins as well as paper money. The Mint Promenade will features representatives of world mints from five continents along with collector exhibits.
For info on the ANA or any of its conventions, visit www.money.org and/or visit the Coin and Paper Money Shows section on Coinweek for the latest information, news stories and calendar of upcoming shows.