History, Value, and Price Guide for 1798 BB-110 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
Value of 1798 BB-110 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
Pointed Tail 9, Heraldic Eagle, Arc star pattern on reverse
This Dollar has the catalog numbers: Bowers Borckardt-110, Bolender-16, or Haseltine-16
Obverse: Wide date, the most space between 9 and 8. Star 8 is slightly closer to Y than star 13 is to bust. Star 7 distant from L, and star 1 a trifle farther from curl.
Reverse: Five small berries, the two upper ones closest together. The third berry from top is attached to a leaf point. Berry under left foot of A in AMERICA. A leaf points to space between R and I in AMERICA. Arc star pattern. Star is distant from eagle’s beak; ray points toward center of B in PLURIBUS. 13 perfect arrows, an unusually well-developed cluster. A plain die mark is always present in the back of the two highest clouds on the reverse. The first two reverse stars on the left both touch clouds. A small flaw or clash mark is present below the right ribbon.
Total Estimated Population: 30 to 50
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