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    Beautiful XF!

    1795 Flowing Hair $1 NGC/CAC XF40 (3 Leaves)

    $14,500.00
     

    This XF coin may be the nicest example of this issue we've ever handled in this grade. Medium olive-golden surfaces with a light blanket of remaining luster, this coin is one in a hundred (or more) for quality for the grade. CAC approved for quality and eye appeal. CAC approved for quality.


    Lovely AU

    1797 $1 PCGS AU55 (9x7 Stars, Large Letters) ex: D.L. Hansen

    $38,750.00
     

    Splendid silver mint luster gleams over the surfaces of this impressively preserved, choice AU example. Well defined design elements are highlighted by tints of lavender, peach, and gold. The original lot description at Stacks Bowers notes, "A flaw in the planchet obscures much of the T in LIBERTY, though the surfaces are lacking in notable post-Mint blemishes. The dies are heavily fatigued in this state, with dramatic cracks and evidence of clashing visible on each side." The Hansen Collection possess the finest known example for the date, a MS64.


    Scarce Bust Dollar

    1800 $1 PCGS/CAC AU58 (AMERICAI)

    $16,750.00
     

    A beautiful early bust dollar with a light grayish tint. Several small toning marks are noticeable, but the wear is so light that it's hardly traceable, save for the high points on the hair of Liberty. A really choice AU example with aspirations of being uncirculated. CAC approved for quality.


    Scarce Issue

    1802 $1 PCGS AU55 ex: D.L. Hansen

    $9,000.00
     

    PCGS# 40087. Handsome AU example with plenty of luster gleaming through silver centers. Deep purple and green peripheral toning. Popular and scarce late-issue Bust dollar. Much tougher than the 1798-1799 issues of this type. The Hansen Collection is home to a MS62 example for the date.


    Scarce Bust Dollar

    1803 $1 PCGS AU55 (Large 3) ex: D.L. Hansen

    $10,400.00
     

    Fantastic, vividly toned example with strong details. Gun-mental grey surfaces flash purple and rose gold when turned in the light. Popular and scarce late-issue Bust dollar. Much tougher than the 1798-1799 issues of this type. The Hansen Collection possess a MS63 example for the date. Note this coin is a "Large 3" and not a "Small 3" as the label denotes.