1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-120, T-4. Rarity-6+. Two Leaves. VF Details--Cleaned (PCGS).

1795 Fl

5000
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-121a, Taraszka-2. Rarity-6. Y/Star, Two Leaves. VF-30 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

5000
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-122, T-5. Rarity-5. Two Leaves. VG-8 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

1000
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-123, T-6. Rarity-7. Two Leaves. EF Details--Cleaned (PCGS).

1795 Fl

15000
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-124, T-12. Rarity-5. Two Leaves. VF-25 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

2250
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-125, T-13. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. AU-53 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

11500
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-126a, T-22. Rarity-4+. Small Head, Two Leaves. AU Details--Tooled (

1795 Fl

13000
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-128, T-18. Rarity-5+. Small Head, Two Leaves. Good-4 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

900
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-129, T-7. Rarity-5. Second S/D in STATES, Two Leaves. Fine-12 (PCGS

1795 Fl

1700
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-130, T-8. Rarity-5-. Two Leaves. VF Details--Graffiti (PCGS).

1795 Fl

1900
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-131, T-9. Rarity-4+. Two Leaves. VF-25 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

3750
1796波浪发像半美元小鹰 PCGS AU 58+

1796波浪发

125000
1796 Draped Bust Half Dollar. Small Eagle. O-102, T-2. Rarity-5. 16 Stars. VF-25 (PCGS).

1796 Dr

60000
1797 Draped Bust Half Dollar. Small Eagle. O-101, T-1. Rarity-4+. 15 Stars. Fine-12 (PCGS). OGH.

1797 Dr

47000
1797 Draped Bust Half Dollar. Small Eagle. O-102, T-2. Rarity-5+. 15 Stars. VF Details--Filed Rims (

1797 Dr

20000
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-117a, T-3. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. VF-20 (NGC). OH.

1795 Fl

2400
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-116, T-11. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. VG Details--Cleaned (PCGS).

1795 Fl

900
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-115, T-10. Rarity-5. Two Leaves. VG-8 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

900
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-114, T-15. Rarity-6. Two Leaves. Fair-2 (PCGS). CAC.

1795 Fl

1000
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-113a, T-14. Rarity-4. Two Leaves, A/E in STATES. VG-8 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

1100
1795/1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-112, T-20. Rarity-4. Recut Date, Two Leaves. AU-55 (PCGS).

1795/17

15000
1795/1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-111, T-19. Rarity-4+. Recut Date, Three Leaves. VF-25 (PCGS).

1795/17

8000
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-110, T-21. Rarity-3. Two Leaves. Fine-12 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

1600
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-109, T-16. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. EF-40 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

7500
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-108, T-17. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. Fine-15 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

1750
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-107, T-31. Rarity-5. Two Leaves. VF-30 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

4000
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-106, T-30. Rarity-6. Two Leaves. VG-8 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

1250
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-105a, T-25. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. VG-10 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

1350
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-104, T-24. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. VG-8 (PCGS).

1795 Fl

1200
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-103a, T-29. Rarity-5. Two Leaves. VF Details--Damage (PCGS).

1795 Fl

1750

Lot:7028  1795飘逸长发半美元 Flowing Hair Half Dollar PCGS MS 64

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 PCGS MS64
拍品估价 USD 125000 成交价 USD 144000
拍卖专场 SBP2019年11月巴尔地摩#9-Horatio Morgan集藏 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2019-11-15 23:00:00 结标日期 2019-11-16 01:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-119, T-1. Rarity-4. Two Leaves. MS-64 (PCGS).This is a breathtakingly beautiful example of our nations first half dollar type that really needs to be seen to be fully appreciated. Highly lustrous, the surfaces exhibit a delightful softly frosted texture that is as bright and fresh as the day the coin emerged from the dies. Striking detail is just as outstanding as the luster quality, both sides exhibiting sharp to full definition to the focal features that even extends to the eagles head and (much of the) breast on the reverse. The left and right borders are a bit soft with mushy to incomplete denticulation, a feature caused by concentrations of light adjustment marks (as made) along the right and lower left obverse borders. The borders are uniform around both sides, nonetheless, a testament to the strong, well centered impression that this coin received from the dies. Dusted with lovely champagne-apricot and pinkish-silver iridescence, the surfaces are exceptionally smooth for a product of the fledgling United States Mint and readily uphold the validity of the outstanding near-Gem grade from PCGS. Tompkins Die Stage 4/2.

Overton-119 represents the only use of both the obverse and reverse dies in the Flowing Hair half dollar series. The obverse is readily identifiable by the presence of a small die lump above star 15. On the reverse, the berries are arranged in the wreath nine left, nine right with a leaf touching the left base of the letter I in UNITED -- the only reverse of the issue with this feature. The same letter I is also repunched, as is the left base of the letter E in AMERICA, and there are prominent die lines from the tip of the eagles left wing and the upper serif of the letter R in AMERICA. Tompkins 4/2, represented here, is the latest die state known, both sides with clash marks in the fields around the central devices. The obverse also exhibits a series of fine cracks: from the border through star 15 into the field toward Libertys throat; from star 15 to the center of the digit 5 in the date; and from the border through the two lowest points of star 5.

The reported mintage for half dollars during calendar year 1795 is 317,844 coins, all of which were delivered from February 4 to June 5 of that year in eight warrants. Since numismatic scholars believe that most (if not all) of the 18,164 examples delivered in Warrant No. 3 on February 4, 1795 were from 1794-dated dies, the mintage for the 1795-dated issue is usually given as 299,680 pieces in numismatic references. Steve M. Tompkins (2015) believes that O-119 was the first die marriage produced for the 1795 half dollar, "the reverse working die made from a Type II master hub/die, and most likely...a left over from 1794." If Tompkins die emission sequence is correct, and despite its late die state, this marvelous near-Gem was among the earliest 1795-dated half dollars struck. It is easy to imagine that this coin was set aside at the time of issue either as an example of the first half dollar coinage of the date, or an example of the United States Mints first half dollar design type. Perhaps it was obtained by a visitor to the early Mint, a prominent American or European with connections to government officials? We may never know, but what is obvious is that this coin has been preserved with great care since the time of striking. It now ranks as one of the finest known survivors from the 1795 O-119 dies, tied for CC#1 with the PCGS MS-64 that appeared as lot 228 in our (Stacks) Norweb Collection sale of November 2006. As one of the finest Flowing Hair half dollars extant of either date or any die pairing, as well, the significance of this coin for high grade type, date or variety purposes can hardly be overstated.From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection. Earlier ex our (Stacks) sale of the Estate of Corrado Romano, June 1987, lot 571.