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Rare Double Eagle Coin Sold for $7.6 M

(Photo by Sotheby's/Getty Images)

UNDATED PHOTO: A 1933 Double Eagle gold coin, one of the rarest in the collecting world, is shown July 31, 2002. The coin was sold late July 30, 2002 for $7.6 million at a Sotheby’s Holdings Inc. auction, bought by an anonymous U.S. bidder via telephone. The sale price includes $6.6 million for the U.S. government, a 15 percent commission for Sotheby’s auction house and the coin’s $20 face value. (Photo by Sotheby’s/Getty Images)

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