1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-104, T-24. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. VG-8 (PCGS).A predominantly slate gray coin with splashes of olive-russet here and there around the obverse peripheries. Uniformly denticulated borders confirm a well centered strike, all major design elements boldly outlined and the design fully appreciable. A touch of glossiness to the texture and wispy hairlines are mentioned for accuracy, although there are no sizeable or otherwise individually mentionable marks. Overton-104 is one of the more readily obtainable die marriages of the 1795-dated half dollar issue, and it represents the only use of this obverse die, which is readily identifiable by tiny die lumps at the base of the B in LIBERTY and within the upper loop of the same letter. The example offered here would do nicely in a circulated type set. Tompkins Die Stage 2-3/2.From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection.