1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-102, T-26. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. VF-30 (ANACS). OH.This richly patinated example is awash in dominant steely-charcoal patina, direct lighting calling forth intermingled highlights of cobalt blue and antique gold. The strike is well centered on both sides, all devices boldly outlined and the more recessed areas of Libertys portrait retaining appreciable sharpness of detail. The Overton-102 variety of the 1795 Flowing Hair half dollar is readily attributable by the reverse die, which is the only one of its issue with the berries arranged on the wreath nine left, eight right with two berries inside and one outside the wreath below the eagles right wing. This reverse die is unknown in any other pairing. Among the more readily obtainable die marriages of the date in an absolute sense, this handsome mid grade example would do equally well in a circulated type set or specialized variety collection. Tompkins Die Stage 2/1.From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection.