Coin Collector's Dream: Seven More Rare Gems Worth Over $1,200  

In the realm of numismatics, certain coins stand out not just for their historical significance, but also for their scarcity and desirability among collectors. 

In this article, we delve into seven more rare gems that command prices of $1,200 or more, enticing collectors with their allure and mystique.

1794 Flowing Hair Dollar: The 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar is a coveted piece of American coinage history.

It holds the distinction of being the first silver dollar minted by the United States Mint. 

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Its rarity and historical significance make it highly sought after, often fetching prices well beyond $1,200 at auctions.

1916-D Mercury Dime: The 1916-D Mercury Dime is a key date in the Mercury Dime series.

Minted in Denver, Colorado, it bears the iconic winged Liberty head on the obverse and a fasces symbol on the reverse.

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