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1795 $1 Draped Bust Silver Dollar (Centered Bust) PCGS MS62


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1795 $1 Draped Bust Silver Dollar (Centered Bust) PCGS MS62




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Features of the 1795 $1 Draped Bust Silver Dollar (Centered Bust) PCGS MS62:

  • Minted in the year 1795 (Second Year)
  • US - Philadelphia Mint
  • MS62 Graded by PCGS
  • PCGS Population: 4

The 1795 Draped Bust $1 Silver Coin is a significant piece of American numismatic history. It was the second design of the United States dollar coin, following the Flowing Hair design that was minted in 1794 and early 1795. The Draped Bust design was used from 1795 to 1804.

It holds historical significance not only as one of the earliest U.S. dollar coins but also because it represents a time of change and growth in the United States. The young nation was still finding its footing in terms of its monetary system, and these early silver dollars played a crucial role in facilitating commerce and trade.

Overall, the 1795 Draped Bust dollar represents an essential part of early American numismatic history, and it continues to be cherished by collectors for its beauty, historical significance, and scarcity.

Coin SeriesPre-64 Silver
Face Value$1
Mint Or RefineryU.S. Mint - Philadelphia
Metal TypeSilver
Mordern Or HistoricalPre-64
Grade ServicePCGS
Metal Weight0.95 oz
CertifiedInvestment Grade
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