1795 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar Replica Coin

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Stunning die-struck - proof quality - exact size replica of the 1795 Flowing Hair Silver dollar. This coin is a mirror image of the original. This coin is layered with over 6 Mils of pure .999 silver approximately 40 millimeters in diameter and approximately 26 grams individually die-struck proof coin. Comes shipped in an airtight hard plastic cover to protect the coin. History of the 1795 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar. The silver dollar was authorized by Congress on April 2, 1792. Weight and fineness were specific at 416 grains and .8924 fineness. The first issues appeared in 1794, and until 1804 all silver dollars had the value stamped on the edge: HUNDRED CENTS ONE DOLLAR OR UNIT. The word dollar evolves from the German thaler, the name given to the first large sized European silver coin. The 1795 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar was designed by Robert Scot, with only 160,295 copies minted. A genuine 1795 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar in similar proof condition would be appraised at over $1,000,000.

Item Details

Reference #:
1795FLWHRSIL
Quantity
-1
Category
Misc
Department
Reproductions
Year
2008
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
x x
Weight
0.06
Condition
New
Material
Silver