1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-120, T-4. Rarity-6+. Two Leaves. VF Details--Cleaned (PCGS).This is an uncommonly high grade 1795 Overton-120, a well known die marriage among specialists that is significant as both an absolute and condition rarity. Concentrations of hairlines are evident as the surfaces rotate under a light, especially on the obverse in the date area and around stars 14 and 15. While these features explain the PCGS qualifier, the in hand appearance of this coin is quite appealing. A few wispy obverse pin scratches are easily forgiven in a well circulated Flowing Hair half dollar, and the adjustment marks on Libertys cheek are as made. Both sides have toned nicely in a warm blend of steel and olive-gray, plenty of bold to sharp striking detail remaining to further enhance the visual appeal. Of the 18 to 20 examples of the 1795 O-120 variety believed extant, most are confined to the About Good to Fine grade range. In fact, an impaired EF from the Don Frederick-Bay Side New York Collection and the extraordinary Mint State Dr. Charles Link specimen are the only two examples of this die pairing known above VF-30. A superior quality coin for the assigned grade, the E. Horatio Morgan specimen has much to offer the sharp-eyed early half dollar variety enthusiast. Tompkins Die Stage 1/1.From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection.