History, Value, and Price Guide for 1795 BB-11 Flowing Hair Silver $1
Value of 1795 BB-11 Flowing Hair Silver $1 Coin
Portrait I (Head of 94), Eagle I, Wreath I (2 leaves), Exists with Silver Plug at Center
This Dollar has the catalog numbers: Bowers Borckardt-11, Bolender-3, or Haseltine-3
Obverse: Flowing hair in six curls; the third one from the top turns downward and touches the fourth curl. Two points of first star touch the lowest curl which ends at star point. The last star or lowest one on the right is mostly under the bust, and a point nearly touches. Close date; outlines from repunching appear at top of 5 and right top of 7.
Reverse: Two leaves under each wing. The only variety with 16 berries, eight on each branch of wreath. There are only two berries on left branch, between eagle’s wing and ribbon bow, both on inside of wreath.
Total Estimated Population: 50 to 75
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