History, Value, and Price Guide for 1795 BB-12 Flowing Hair Silver $1
Value of 1795 BB-12 Flowing Hair Silver $1 Coin
Portrait I (Head of 94), Eagle I, Wreath I (2 leaves)
This Dollar has the catalog numbers: Bowers Borckardt-12, Bolender-11, or Haseltine-11
Obverse: Same Obverse design as BB-11. However, now always weakly struck on the right.
Reverse: Two leaves under each wing. 19 berries, nine on left branch, 10 on right. Differs from any other 19-berry reverse, as follows: Two berries in wreath under A in STATES, the one on inside of wreath under center of A, and the one on outside of wreath under left corner of right foot of A. Only one berry in wreath under OF, and it is on the inside of wreath. Two berries, one inside of wreath, and one outside, are close together under first S in STATES, and two more close together under first A in AMERICA.
Total Estimated Population: 20 to 35
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