The Farouk-Weitzman 1933 Saint Gaudens Sold Tuesday for a Record-Breaking $18 million!

The 1933 Saint is now the most valuable coin in the world.

by John Feigenbaum | Published on June 8, 2021

1933 Saint Gaudens double eagle from Stuart Weitzman collection

The 1933 Saint Gaudens double eagle from Stuart Weitzman Collection realized a whopping $18,872,250 with the buyer's premium

There's a new King of U.S. coins -- the Farouk-Weitzman 1933 Saint Gaudens has set a new record of $18,872,250 with the buyer's premium factored in. We wiull post a comprehensive story on the auction sale later this week.

You can view the online Sothebys listings here.

You can also follow the Greysheet and CPG pricing of the 1933 Saint Gaudens on the Greysheet web site

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Author: John Feigenbaum

John Feigenbaum image The President, CEO and managing partner at CDN Publishing, John Feigenbaum, has been a professional numismatist since 1979. Formerly president of David Lawrence Rare Coins, John has taken on Publishing and executive responsibilities for CDN Publishing. John has written for numerous trade publications and published "The Complete Guide to Washington Quarters" in 1991. In 2014, John received the PNG Abe Kosoff Founders Award for "his steadfast dedication to the entire numismatic community".

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