A 1794 Flowing Hair dollar graded PCGS EF45 sells for $528,000 in a November Heritage auction.
The Long Beach Expo auction sees over $10 million in total sales, indicating a healthy market.
Collector coins are seeing softening prices in many areas, though key dates and high grades still bring solid premiums.
Bullion coin demand is being driven more by hardcore collectors rather than investors due to high interest rates.
New U.S. Mint products continue to see high demand upon release though secondary pricing is mixed.
While still strong in spots, parts of coin market show impact of inflation and recession worries.
Truly rare coins like the 1794 dollar continue marching to their own demand drumbeat.