The Mysterious $4 Stella Coin

Tilted Brush Stroke
Curved Dotted Line

– In 1879 and 1880, the $4 Stella gold coin was created and initially used as jewelry.

US Minister John A. Kasson suggested the coin for citizens traveling abroad.

The coin's attempt at international trade failed as people lost interest.

Two Stella coins with distinct designs by engravers Charles E. Barber and George T. Morgan.

The coin features Lady Liberty's hair designs on the front and DEO EST GLORIA on the back.

A Stella coin was set for auction in 2016, estimated at $50,000 to $60,000.

Centurial Collectible now sells a Stella coin for $76,999.99 due to its historical significance.

Stella coins rumored to be linked to brothels frequented by congressmen, adding intrigue.