Flowing Hair and Draped Bust Half Dollars Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1794-1807) - CAC

Number of
Required Items
10
Current Finest
Possible Set Rating
66.537

This composite is for PCGS-graded coins that have been stickered by CAC. When adding coins to this set, they will be cross checked against CAC's certification verification to ensure legitimacy.

Though it consists of only ten coins, two are examples of America's rarest silver type coin! The incredibly rare Draped Bust Small Eagle half of 1796-97 had a combined mintage of fewer than 4,000 pieces, of which perhaps just under 300 survive in all grades. The vast majority of these are well worn, making the acquisition of a Mint State piece difficult and quite costly to say the least. The 1794 is also quite rare in high grade, with only 3 graded by PCGS in Mint State. Both the 1801 and 1802 are also scarce, so tackling this set will be a challenge for even the advanced numismatist.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted GPA with Top
Pop Bonuses
Set Rating User
1 Link Early American Silver 90.00% 55.43 55.57 45.28
2 A JIM ONEAL COLLECTION YN 70.00% 64.61 65.50 43.67
3 Chicago 80.00% 56.03 56.03 39.43
4 St. Jude 60.00% 54.31 54.31 26.15
5 Scot NEW 70.00% 30.73 30.73 17.07

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Current Finest

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted GPA with Top
Pop Bonuses
Set Rating User
1 Link Early American Silver 90.00% 55.43 55.57 45.28
2 A JIM ONEAL COLLECTION YN 70.00% 64.61 65.50 43.67
3 Chicago 80.00% 56.03 56.03 39.43
4 St. Jude 60.00% 54.31 54.31 26.15
5 Scot NEW 70.00% 30.73 30.73 17.07
6 MJ Sullivan Collection 30.00% 49.60 49.60 09.19