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There are many highly valuable coins from the 20th Century. However, the most valuable is likely the 1913 liberty head 'v' nickel. One brought nearly 1.5 million dollars at auction.

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The most expenive coin in the world would be the 1933 Gold Double Eagle coin.Google it for info.

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