1802/1 BB-233 Overdate Draped Bust Silver Dollar
History, Value, and Price Guide for 1802/1 BB-233 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
Value of 1802/1 BB-233 Draped Bust Silver Dollar
This Dollar has the catalog numbers: Bowers Borckardt-233, Bolender-2, or Haseltine-2
Obverse: Wide date, the most space between I and 8. The I farther from curl than last. Last star close to bust. Uppermost wave centered under E. On the left, star pairs 2-3 and 5-6 are closer together than are any other stars. On the right, stars 10-11 are farther apart than any others, and stars 11-12 are the closest together.
Reverse: This die is the same used on BB-214, herewith repeated: The point of the leftmost arrowhead is under the center of the left upright of the N in UNITED. There is a “spur” on the curved part of D. Leaf points under center of I in AMERICA. point of a star touches the outside of upper part of eagle’s beak slightly above beak’s point.
Total Estimated Population: 100 to 175
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