History, Value, and Price Guide for 1799 BB-160 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
Value of 1799 BB-160 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
This Dollar has the catalog numbers: Bowers Borckardt-160, Bolender-12, or Haseltine-12
Obverse: On the right, stars 11-12-13 are closer together than are the others.
Reverse: No berries. U in UNITED defective at upper left part, which is cut off due to defective punch. Point of star touches point of lower part of eagle’s beak; ray points to left serif at left side of U in PLURIBUS. Star under cloud 1 is noticeably smaller than any other. Far right edge of A is over junction of clouds 3 and 4. A in AMERICA rests on fourth feather. Leaf point is under left side of upright of I. Upper right star has only one point touching cloud 8. No berries on branch, as the die was reground earlier.
Total Estimated Population: 650 to 1,150
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