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1794 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar PCGS VF30

Flowing Hair Dollar (1794-1795)

The 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar was the first Silver Dollar minted in the United States. Silver deposits at the Philadelphia Mint were extremely small in 1794 and thus the mintage of large-scale silver dollars was miniscule. The flowing hair design was discontinued sometime in 1795. Examples of the first-year issue are exceedingly rare with only 150-200 known survivors. They are always highly prized by collectors. The finest known grades SP66 and sold at auction for an amazing $10,000,000, the highest price ever realized at public sale for a United States coin. 

The specimen offered here is a very good example for the grade exhibiting nearly a complete date. It is graded by PCGS as VF30 and is priced attractively for its condition. Don’t miss this opportunity to acquire this early American rarity. 

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Weight 8.0006 g
Collection

Rare Coins

Grading service

PCGS

Mint mark

Philadelphia

Rarity

Silver

Silver

Silver Dollars

Strike type

Business

Year

1794

Grade

VF30

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