Golden Eagle coin sold for $10 million in Arizona

A new Golden Eagle Coin has sold for a cool $10million in Arizona.

The gold coin, created by a man in Taiwan, was struck by the Chinese mint.

It’s the first gold coin to sell for that price in a decade, and it’s a rarity in the US.

The coin has a silver reverse and the obverse shows a eagle soaring through the sky, and the inscription “The golden eagle is a symbol of hope, prosperity and peace” written in Chinese.

A silver version was struck for a sale in New York, and there is also a gold coin.

It comes at a time of rising prices for American coins, with a record $2,600 being struck for the coin in January.