Tag Archive for: Draped Bust Dollars

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Coin 321 – 1795. Off-center bust, BB-51, B-14 Draped Bust Dollars PCGS Specimen 66

Coin Number 321 This is the only confirmed Specimen seen by PCGS of this early type coin, and in fact, is the only example known for this type. The strike is clearly sharper than that seen on any other example, and the fields are more reflective…
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Coin 322 – 1795. Centered bust Draped Bust Dollars PCGS MS-63

Coin Number 322 This is one of two dies prepared by Mint Engraver Robert Scot of the new Draped Bust design in combination with the new Small Eagle reverse type. The first die prepared had the head of Liberty placed too far to the left, giving…
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Coin 323 – 1798. Large eagle, wide date, 13 arrows Draped Bust Dollars PCGS MS-65

Coin Number 323 This is the third style of silver dollar in four short years. The initial type, the Flowing Hair design, lasted about a year, from October 1794 through October 1795. At that point the new Draped Bust, Small Eagle design was…
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Coin 324 – 1799, BB-157, B-5 Draped Bust Dollars NGC MS-67

Coin Number 324 This is the finest known specimen of the entire type of Draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle silver dollars. It is the only coin to earn the Superb Mint State-67 grade. The surfaces are pristine and aglow with mint luster and frost.…
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Coin 325 – 1804. Class 1 Draped Bust Dollars PCGS Proof 67

Coin Number 325 This was the first group of 1804 silver dollars created as novodels at the Mint. No dies were available so new dies had to be engraved, backdated to 1804, and silver planchets prepared and then struck. The surfaces are amazing,…