1795 Flowing Hair Half Dollar. O-124, T-12. Rarity-5. Two Leaves. VF-25 (PCGS).This is a well centered coin, the denticulation uniform around both sides despite a touch of softness along the lower left obverse border. Attractive antique silver gray surfaces reveal hints of slightly warmer patina in the protected areas around many of the design elements. A few peripheral features are a bit soft, but most devices are boldly outlined, and the overall design is fully appreciable. Light adjustments marks in the center of the obverse and along the lower border on that side are as made. Overton-124 is a scarce die marriage of the 1795 Flowing Hair half dollar and, like many others of this issue, it is also conditionally challenging. Only a single Mint State coin is extant, per both Tompkins (2015) and Herrman (Autumn 2019), and at the VF-25 grade level the coin offered here qualifies as Condition Census per the Tompkins listing.From the E. Horatio Morgan Collection. Earlier ex Superiors sale of the H.W. Blevins Collection of Early Half Dollars and Silver Dollars, June 1988, lot 3042.