1795/1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-111, T-19. Rarity-4+. Recut Date, Three Leaves. VF-25 (PCGS).This attractively original example is warmly patinated in a blend of pewter gray and charcoal-olive that is a bit deeper on the reverse. Well centered within uniformly denticulated borders, this is boldly defined VF where the die state will allow. Smooth and inviting with an attractively original appearance. The 1795 Overton-111 represents the only use of the Three Leaves reverse die in the Flowing Hair half dollar series. Given that all known examples show a significant die break, it is easy to understand why this reverse was not used in any other pairings. The obverse of the 1795 O-111 is also significant due to the boldly repunched date, the digits first entered way too low, then corrected. This obverse was also used in the O-112 marriage, paired with a Two Leaves reverse. A highly desirable <em>Guide Book</em> variety of the 1795 Flowing Hair half dollar, O-111 is a strong performer at all levels of preservation, especially when problem free and attractive, as here. Tompkins Die Stage 1/3.From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection. Earlier ex our (Stacks) sale of the Estate of Corrado Romano, June 1987, lot 569.