10 Rarest Dollar Coins in the United States

Flowing Hair Dollar (1794-1795) - The first dollar coin issued by the United States Mint, with only a few hundred known to exist today.

Draped Bust Dollar (1795-1804) - Featuring a design by Robert Scot, these early dollar coins are rare, especially in high grades.

Seated Liberty Dollar (1840-1873) - This series of dollar coins is highly sought after by collectors, with certain dates and mint marks being particularly rare.

Trade Dollar (1873-1885) - Originally minted for use in trade with Asia, the Trade Dollar is now a valuable collector's item, especially in uncirculated condition.

Morgan Dollar (1878-1921) - While many Morgan Dollars were minted, certain dates and mint marks, such as the 1893-S or the 1889-CC, are rare and highly prized by collectors.

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Peace Dollar (1921-1935) - The Peace Dollar series includes some rare dates and mint marks, such as the 1928 Peace Dollar, which is scarce in higher grades.

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Flowing Hair Stella (1879-1880) - These pattern coins, intended for use in international trade, are extremely rare and valuable, with only a few dozen known to exist.

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Gobrecht Dollar (1836-1839) - Named after designer Christian Gobrecht, these early dollar coins were minted in limited quantities and are now highly sought.

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Sacagawea Dollar "Cheerios Dollar" (2000) - A special promotional coin distributed with boxes of Cheerios cereal in 2000, featuring a distinctive tail feather design.

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Eisenhower Dollar "1972 Type II" - An error variety of the 1972 Eisenhower Dollar, featuring a different design on the reverse. While not as rare as some other coins.

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