History, Value, and Price Guide for 1795 BB-28 Flowing Hair Silver $1
Value of 1795 BB-28 Flowing Hair Silver $1 Coin
Portrait I (Head of 94), Eagle I, Wreath I (2 leaves)
This Dollar has the catalog numbers: Bowers Borckardt-28, or Bolender-21
Obverse: Flowing hair in six curls, the top curl turning up at its end. The lowest curl forms a nearly closed circle, similar to only obverse 4 among the Portrait I obverse dies. Star 1 is vertically below this curl and distant, unlike obverse 4, which has star 1 joined to the lowest curl. Stars 1 and 2 have two points each approximately equidistant from this curl. The four middle curls are approximately equal in length, their tips nearly in vertical alignment. Second curl from the bottom points to the center of star 3. The date has the digit 5 leaning sharply left. LIBERTY is widely spaced with LI close, IB wider, BER close, and RTY slightly wider.
Reverse: Two leaves beneath each wing. 19 berries, nine on left branch, 10 on right. Berries on outside of wreath include those under left side of N, under center of first A in AMERICA, and under right side of C. One of the inside berries is below the center of M. No berry opposite either I on outside of wreath. Point of third leaf on right side of wreath under center of I in AMERICA.
Total Estimated Population: 1
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