Bust Dollars were made from 1794 to 1804 and include sub-types as follows: --- Flowing Hair (1794-1795) --- Draped Bust, Small Eagle Reverse (1795-1798) --- Draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle Reverse (1798-1804).
There are quite a few rarities in the Bust Dollar series. The 1794 Flowing Hair Dollar is from the first year the Mint struck regular issue silver coins and commands a handsome price in any grade.
The 1804 Bust Dollar is one of the most famous of all numismatic rarities and carries a million dollar plus price tag on the rare occasion that one surfaces!
2 Leaves. An attractive example of this popular 'Flowing Hair' type. Even gun metal gray color with excellent detail. A couple of old faded marks, but fewer than we usually see on these classic early dollars.
Large Eagle. Problem-free with nice gun-metal gray surfaces.
B-23. BB-105. Wide Date. Nice detail with pleasing steel-gray surfaces.
Knob 9. Attractive even steel gray.
Readable date with a faint outline of Ms. Liberty. Most of the stars and part of the obverse legend show. The reverse is smooth.
PCGS Secure holder. Well detailed with olive-green and steel-gray surfaces.
CAC stickered. Pleasant old time steel gray with a lite golden hue. Overall even wear.
B-17. BB-196. 12 Arrows. Date and legend readable and all the major detail is present.
B-14, BB-194, Dotted Date. This variety is easily recognized by dots above, inside and below the first 0 of the date. This example has strong eye appeal with solid detail and nice steel-gray surfaces.
Warm steel gray and well struck. Solid for the grade. Only a scant 54,454 were minted; yet, it trades at a similar price as the 1799 which has 8 times the mintage.
Only 54,454 minted - 1/8th the mintage of a 1799! This coin has a nice natural light gray patina and solid detail.
Nearly full detail with considerable mint luster under richly toned surfaces.
Pleasing light silver-gray surfaces with considerable mint luster and very little wear. Very close to full AU quality!