Flowing Hair Dollar


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Flowing Hair Dollar

A $1 coin minted in the United States between 1794 and 1795. It was the first dollar coin authorized by the U.S. government. Based on the Spanish dollar, it derived its name from the hair on the picture of Lady Liberty featured on the obverse.
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The earliest silver US coin was the flowing hair dollar in 1794.
Assay Office $50 slug Kagan plate coin $47,725 1326 1795 Flowing Hair Dollar 2 leaves $44,850 2135 1864 $2.
1834 $5 Capped Head Plain 4 PCGS MS64 $115,000 1915-S Panama Pacific $50 Gold Round NGC MS65 $115,000 1868 $20 Liberty PCGS Proof 64 Cameo $94,300 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar PCGS Fine 15 $82,800 1875 $5 Liberty PCGS Proof 64 $71,300 1825 $5 Capped Head 5 over 1 PCGS MS63 $69,000 1796 Draped Bust 25c NGC MS61 $57,500 1860 $5 Mormon PCGS AU55 $51,750 1905 $10 Liberty PCGS Proof 65 $44,850 1870 Pattern Silver Dollar Aluminum Plain Edge J-1013, P-1114 PCGS Proof 65 $39,675
Among the rare coins currently up for auction is the famous 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar.
The 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar can be viewed at the following link: http://www.
Silver dollars opened with a 1794 Flowing Hair dollar, a sought after first year of issue coin.