In 1993 one of the 17 known 1804 dollars sold for $475,000, while this past April the same coin sold for $3,737,500. One of the five known 1913 Liberty Head nickels sold for $1 million in 1993, and the most recent sale of one of the coins in April 2007 was at $5 million.
"This value appreciation makes historically significant rare coins a strong asset class for wealth creation," said Cipoletti.
RCCA works with individual investors, financial planners and investment advisors, as well as individuals interested in participating in the market for high-quality, rare United States coins, a market conservatively estimated at over $5 billion annually.
The San Francisco Money Show, produced by InterShow, Inc., will offer 150 programs and seminars during the four-day show focusing on managing investments and portfolios during volatile markets.
For additional information about Rare Coin Consultants of America, phone (877) 380-RCCA (7222), or visit online at www.rcca1.com, and for information about the San Francisco Money Show or to register to attend call (800) 970-4355, online at www.moneyshow.com.