The silver dollar was first authorized by Congress on April 2, 1792. When it was determined that the weight would be 416 grains with .8924 fineness. The Value of these new coins were stamped on the edge saying "HUNDRED CENTS ONE DOLLAR OR UNIT"
The Flowing Hair, designed by Robert Scot, appeared on the first United States Silver Dollars in 1794. The 1794 Silver Dollar is a extremely rare coin.
In November of 1995 a GEM Brilliant Uncirculated example sold for $577,500!
Only 1,758 coins were produced the first year, however in 1795 the mintage increased to 160,295.
Any of these coins are highly sought after and are consider to be a ounce in a lifetime find!