1794 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-107, T-5. Rarity-6. VG Details--Repaired (PCGS).Otherwise dominant sandy-gold patina yields to warmer russet at the borders. The surfaces are a bit glossy in texture with numerous tiny marks peppering both sides, evidence of smoothing at least partially explaining the PCGS qualifier. The reverse border remains distinct, and all devices on both sides are partially to fully outlined to allow ready appreciation of this classic early U.S. Mint design. Overton-107 represents the only use of this obverse die for the 1794-dated half dollar issue, the variety elusive in lower grades and unknown above EF. The E. Horatio Morgan specimen offered here is a newcomer to the census listings of the 21st century, and it is sure to have no difficulty finding its way into another specialized half dollar collection. Tompkins Die Stage 1/1.From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection.