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CAC {B-1, BB-21} Two Leaves Variety. Although the 1795 BB-21 is considered a common variety with an estimated 1500 to 2500 specimens, there are only thought to be 50 to 100 specimens in grade AU50 to AU58. {CAC population 3 with only 7 Higher}...

CAC {B-15, BB-52} Centered Bust Variety with an estimated population of 1,000 to 1,600 specimens in all grades. {CAC Population 2, only 9 Higher}

CAC {B-04, BB-61} A Beautiful example with vibrant colors and exceptional luster. One of my favorites... {Small Date, Large Letters} An estimated 1,250 to 2,000 specimens exist in all grades. {CAC Population 10, only 3 Higher}

CAC {B-01, BB-73} An estimated 1,300 to 2,100 specimens exist in all grades. {CAC Population 7, only 7 Higher}

CAC {B-01, BB-82} OBVERSE: 13 Stars, Close date, Knob 9. REVERSE: Small Eagle, Large letters style. An estimated 700 to 1,000 1798 BB-82 silver dollars exist in all grades. XF examples are quite scarce. {CAC Population 5, only 5 graded higher}

CAC {Gold Sticker} {B-23, BB-105} Wide Date, Pointed 9, Arc Star Pattern. An estimated 850 to 1,500 specimens exist in all grades. Only 20 to 35 exist in grades AU-50 to AU-58. {CAC Population 2, Only 7 Higher}
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