History, Value, and Price Guide for 1795 BB-14 Flowing Hair Silver $1
Value of 1795 BB-14 Flowing Hair Silver $1 Coin
Hidden Star Obverse, Portrait I (Head of 94), Eagle I, Wreath I (2 leaves), Exists with Silver Plug at Center, Exists Overstruck on a 1794 dollar
This Dollar has the catalog numbers: Bowers Borckardt-14, Bolender-4, or Haseltine-4
Obverse: Star 15 is “hidden” entirely under the bust, where Miss Liberty cannot “see” even a part of it; the only 1795 obverse with this characteristic. Flowing hair in six curls; lowest curl ends faintly above two points of first star, and close to one point. Close date, figures 9 and 5 closest, and the distance between the 1 and 7 about the same as between the first star and figure 1. The 9 and 5 are lightly repunched. Two center dots; the larger is higher, slightly farther to the right, and closest below ear. Star closer to date than in any other variety, about 1.5 mm.
Reverse: The same reverse as BB-13.
Total Estimated Population: 350 to 550
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