History, Value, and Price Guide for 1800 BB-195 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
Value of 1800 BB-195 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
This Dollar has the catalog numbers: Bowers Borckardt-195, Bolender-15, or Haseltine-15
Obverse: Star 13 very close to bust; a point barely escapes touching the junction of drapery with bosom. The 1 in date is very close to curl, but does not touch. Numerals 180 in date are close, and the last 0 more distant. Star is near L. Die dot between R and T. The first star is very distant from hair, 4 mm. On the left, stars 3 and 4 are more widely spaced than are any others. On the right, stars 8-9 and 11-12 are closer together than are any other pairs. Often weakly struck on the hair.
Reverse: Only 10 perfect arrows and 3 arrow heads without sticks. Numerous die flaws in TES and especially between last S of STATES and 0 enable quick identification. A does not touch feathers. AME join at base, the left base of M high and overlapping A. Star very close but does not quite touch eagle’s beak. A over clouds 2 and 3. Tip of arrowhead under right side of right upright of U in UNITED.
Total Estimated Population: 250 to 450
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