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!
9x7 Stars, Large Letters. Strong detail with nice problem-free battleship-gray surfaces.
Large Eagle. Well detailed with original surfaces showing russet, gold, gray and even some steel-blue toning. Housed in an old green label holder.
CAC. Large Eagle. Sharp detail and nice problem-free dove-gray surfaces. Outstanding for the grade!
BB-169, B-21. Sharp detail and evenly struck with problem-free gunmetal gray surfaces.
XF Details - Improperly Cleaned.
Sharp detail with attractive battleship gray surfaces that have flashes of silver luster.
AMERICAI variety. An interesting variety with a die defect after the last A in AMERICA that looks like an I. This is a very attractive example with sharp detail and lustrous golden-gray surfaces.
Solid detail with pleasing medium gray surfaces.
Strong detail with pleasing medium gray surfaces.
Attractive medium gray surfaces with solid detail.
Close Date. BB-241, B-6. Strong detail with pleasing olive-gray surfaces that retain a trace of luster.
BB-225, B-6. A bold and even strike with only light wear. The surfaces are an attractive olive-gray with a light golden hue and a trace of mint luster remaining.