Your coin may be worth over $9 million

A rare 1787 Brasher Doubloon fetched a staggering $9.36 million at auction.

Brasher Doubloons were among the first privately minted gold coins in the United States.

Designed by Ephraim Brasher, a skilled goldsmith and silversmith of that era.

Described as the "world's most famous numismatic rarity" by Heritage Auctions.

Only seven examples of this iconic coin are known to exist.

Obverse features an adaptation of the state coat of arms with a rising sun.

Reverse depicts an eagle with wings spread, holding an olive branch and arrows.

Brasher's initials were hand-stamped on each coin, adding to their uniqueness.