1. The 1933 Double Eagle Gold Coin was produced by the United States Mint but was never released for circulation.

2. A total of 445,500 Double Eagle Gold Coins were struck in 1933, but only a small number were released before the order to stop production.

3. In 1944, one coin was purchased at an auction and later found to be illegally obtained, leading to a legal battle between the government and the owner.

4. Another 1933 Double Eagle was discovered in the possession of a man who had unknowingly inherited it from his jeweler grandfather.

5. Due to their rarity and rich history, 1933 Double Eagle Gold Coins are highly sought after by collectors and can fetch millions of dollars in auctions.