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1795 $1 3 Leaves AU55 PCGS #6852

Lot 2002. Ex: Heritage 8/19/2004: 6304 1795 $1 Flowing Hair, Three Leaves AU55 PCGS. B-5, BB-27, R.1. Specialists of 1795 Dollars know to look for a bar behind the uppermost hair lock, which provides ready attribution for the familiar Bolender-5 variety. Mint luster glows from the eagle's wings and outlines the legends and wreath. The right obverse field has a short pinscratch and a couple of wispy handling marks are on the portrait, but the surfaces are generally quite pleasing. Unlike most survivors of the type, there are no rim bruises, and the apricot-gray patina is consistent and original. Flowing Hair Dollars were only struck for two years, and as the 1794 is a famous rarity, type collectors are obligated to select 1795 examples for their sets. From The David Raynard Collection.(#6852) (Registry values: N4719)

1795 $1 3 Leaves AU55 PCGS #6852

Lot 2002. Ex: Heritage 8/19/2004: 6304 1795 $1 Flowing Hair, Three Leaves AU55 PCGS. B-5, BB-27, R.1. Specialists of 1795 Dollars know to look for a bar behind the uppermost hair lock, which provides ready attribution for the familiar Bolender-5 variety. Mint luster glows from the eagle's wings and outlines the legends and wreath. The right obverse field has a short pinscratch and a couple of wispy handling marks are on the portrait, but the surfaces are generally quite pleasing. Unlike most survivors of the type, there are no rim bruises, and the apricot-gray patina is consistent and original. Flowing Hair Dollars were only struck for two years, and as the 1794 is a famous rarity, type collectors are obligated to select 1795 examples for their sets. From The David Raynard Collection.(#6852) (Registry values: N4719)

1795 $1 3 Leaves AU55 PCGS #6852

Lot 2002. Ex: Heritage 8/19/2004: 6304 1795 $1 Flowing Hair, Three Leaves AU55 PCGS. B-5, BB-27, R.1. Specialists of 1795 Dollars know to look for a bar behind the uppermost hair lock, which provides ready attribution for the familiar Bolender-5 variety. Mint luster glows from the eagle's wings and outlines the legends and wreath. The right obverse field has a short pinscratch and a couple of wispy handling marks are on the portrait, but the surfaces are generally quite pleasing. Unlike most survivors of the type, there are no rim bruises, and the apricot-gray patina is consistent and original. Flowing Hair Dollars were only struck for two years, and as the 1794 is a famous rarity, type collectors are obligated to select 1795 examples for their sets. From The David Raynard Collection.(#6852) (Registry values: N4719)