History, Value, and Price Guide for 1798 BB-114 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
Value of 1798 BB-114 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
Pointed Tail 9, Heraldic Eagle, Line star pattern on reverse
This Dollar has the catalog numbers: Bowers Borckardt-114, Bolender-26, or Haseltine-26
Obverse: The obverse design is the same as BB-113.
Reverse: Point of star touches point of upper part of eagle’s beak; star points to left side of U. Line star pattern. 12 arrows and a stick. One of these arrows, the nearest one to N, has a very small head. There are five small berries, the two at top closest together. Claw close to A but not touching it. Point of leaf under center of I in AMERICA. Die crack from shield to border below, passes through end of stem. Light die crack through top of ES, base of O, right cloud, right wing and ribbon, outer leaves of branch, lower part of A and stem end, thence through eagle’s tail. The two upper center stars touch clouds.
Total Estimated Population: 35 to 50
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