1798 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. Heraldic Eagle. BB-115, B-31a. Rarity-5. Pointed 9, Close Date. AU-5

1798 Dr

10000
1799/8 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-142, B-1. Rarity-4. 13-Star Reverse. MS-64 (NGC).

1799/8

85000
1836 Gobrecht Silver Dollar. Name on Base. Judd-60 Original, Pollock-65. Rarity-1. Dannreuther Rever

1836 Go

10000
1836 Gobrecht Silver Dollar. Name on Base. Judd-60 Original, Pollock-65. Rarity-1. Dannreuther Rever

1836 Go

8500
1840 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. MS-62+ (PCGS).

1840 Li

10000
1841 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. Proof-63 (NGC).

1841 Li

60000
1850 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. MS-63 (NGC).

1850 Li

9500
1857 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. Proof-64 (NGC).

1857 Li

10000
1867 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. Proof-65 Cameo (NGC).

1867 Li

8000
1871 Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. MS-65 (PCGS).

1871 Li

48000
1871-CC Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. AU-55 (NGC).

1871-CC

16000
1873-CC Liberty Seated Silver Dollar. EF-40 (PCGS).

1873-CC

22000
1879-CC GSA Morgan Silver Dollar. Clear CC. MS-64 PL (NGC).

1879-CC

13000
1881-S Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-68 PL (PCGS). Retro OGH.

1881-S

10000
1883-CC GSA Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-67 (NGC).

1883-CC

8000
1797 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-73, B-1b. Rarity-3. Stars 9x7, Large Letters. AU-50 (NGC).

1797 Dr

9500
1797 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. BB-72, B-2. Rarity-4. Stars 9x7, Small Letters. AU-53 (PCGS).

1797 Dr

36000
1794年飘逸长发银币 PCGS MS 64

1794年飘逸

2000000
1953-S Franklin Half Dollar. MS-65 FBL (PCGS).

1953-S

14000
1950 Franklin Half Dollar. Proof-68 (NGC).

1950 Fr

15000
1944 Walking Liberty Half Dollar. MS-68 (NGC).

1944 Wa

7500
1921-S Walking Liberty Half Dollar. AU-53 (PCGS).

1921-S

8000
1921-S Walking Liberty Half Dollar. MS-63 (NGC). CAC.

1921-S

28000
1921-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar. MS-63 (PCGS).

1921-D

8800
1921-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar. MS-64 (PCGS). CAC.

1921-D

15000
1919-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar. MS-63 (PCGS). CAC.

1919-D

10000
1895-S Barber Half Dollar. MS-66 (PCGS).

1895-S

9500
1895-O Barber Half Dollar. MS-66 (PCGS). Secure Holder.

1895-O

8000
1890 Liberty Seated Half Dollar. Proof-66+ (PCGS). CAC--Gold Label.

1890 Li

4500
1888 Liberty Seated Half Dollar. WB-101. MS-66+ (PCGS). CAC.

1888 Li

7500

Lot:2116  1798 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. Small Eagle. BB-81, B-2. Rarity-3. 15 Stars. EF-40 (PCGS). CAC.

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相
拍品估价 USD 9000 成交价 USD 12925
拍卖专场 SBP2017年8月ANA-白金之夜 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2017-08-04 08:30:00 结标日期 2017-08-04 11:30:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1798 Draped Bust Silver Dollar. Small Eagle. BB-81, B-2. Rarity-3. 15 Stars. EF-40 (PCGS). CAC.Handsome iridescent toning of gold and russet on both sides, with the worn areas lighter silver as typically seen. The strike is reasonably bold on this example, with strong separation of Libertys curls and most of the eagles wing feathers present, the breast and thigh predictably smooth from wear. This is an important die marriage as it is the only 1798 silver dollar with 15 obverse stars. Furthermore it is paired with the old style reverse with the Small Eagle motif. These were struck in quite limited quantities with survivors highly sought after today.It is indeed a curiosity just why a 15 star obverse die was used, as on June 1, 1796, Tennessee joined the Union as the 16th state, and thus 16 stars would have been appropriate. However, by 1798 Philadelphia Mint policy had been to return to the original 13 stars rather than keep adding additional stars to the dies as more states joined the Union. This obverse was almost certainly engraved prior to Tennessee joining the Union and not used, then the final digit was added in 1798 and it was pressed into service. Quality die steel, even with the outdated star count, was still going to be used. Another interesting fact is the 8 punch used for the date is not seen on any other silver dollar dies, although it was used to engrave the two dies created for the 1798 ten-dollar gold pieces.This reverse die with its distinctive small letters in the legend UNITED STATES, had been paired with five previous obverse dies, including ones from 1795, 1796 and 1797, covering the entire period of the Small Eagle design. In this marriage the reverse die was lapped, likely to remove clashing that occurred sometime in 1796 and, in the process, making the devices rather shallow. The obverse eventually failed when a severe die crack formed from beneath the final star towards Libertys jaw.