1 Dollar    (Vendue pour $18000.0)

Description: 1795. 3 leaves beneath each wing. B-5; BB-27. Rarity 1. PCGS graded AU-50 PQ. Bright and untoned with plenty of luster still evident. A Premium Quality example for the grade. In an old green label holder. What we find when we examine this attractive coin under a magnifying glass is the kind of quality one likes to describe for bidders of this actively collected Flowing Hair, Small Eagle design. Original luster blends easily with soft "rubbed silver" highlights on the frosted surfaces from the short time it spent in circulation. The rims are outstanding in their detail, their absence of marks. The main devices are sharp. This being from a die that produced high relief coins, often the curls on Liberty lack some definition even on the highest grade specimens. All in all, a first rate coin in its AU55 class. BB-27 is noted for its flowing hair in six curls, the 3rd and 4th close together; the 4th has a tiny curved "tail" extending downward, and visible on higher grade pieces. Lowest curl distant from star. A "bar" over 2 mm. long extends diagonally from close to top curl toward point of 5th star. Look for the "bar" near uppermost curl. (By contrast, BB-20 has the bar near 4th star.) Wide date, the 1 and 7 farthest apart. First star about as close to 1 as 7 is to 9. Most early die states show striking weakness at the centers. As is the case with the obverse die used to coin BB-21, BB-22, and BB-23, the present obverse had the head of Liberty deeply impressed into the die, causing it to be in slightly higher relief than other varieties of the year; again, because of this, the hair details wore away quickly as the coins circulated. Desirable Red Book 3-leaves reverse variety (PCGS # 6852) . Estimated Value $19,000 - 21,000. Categories:
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Notes: http://www.goldbergcoins.com/view-auctions/catalog/id/3/lot/10724/ $19,000 - $21,000 2010-05-30

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 État: États-Unis d'Amérique (1776 - )
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