1795 Flowing Hair Half Dime Coin MS 65

  • This half dime dates to 1795, making it one of the earliest of American numismatic treasures
  • Its iconic Flowing Hair design was the brainchild of Robert Scot, the first Chief Engraver
  • It was only struck in two dates — 1794 and 1795
  • This example achieves a mint state 65 grading
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Item No. 31-3549

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A truly historic coin, this half dime dates to 1795, making it one of the earliest of American numismatic treasures. Its iconic Flowing Hair design was the brainchild of Robert Scot, the first Chief Engraver of the United States Mint who was also responsible for the Draped Bust and Capped Liberty. It was only struck in two dates — 1794 and 1795 — and specimens from either date are quite elusive, particularly in high quality grades. This example achieves a mint state 65 grading, meaning that it is an uncirculated coin with only minor marks.
1795 Flowing Hair Half Dime Coin MS 65
Period: 18th Century
Origin: America
Type: Coins

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