PCGS 6872 - Draped Bust Dollar, Heraldic Eagle (1798-1804)

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Draped Bust Dollar, Heraldic Eagle (1798-1804)


Authorization

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Obverse

The Draped Bust dollar obverse was designed by noted artist Gilbert Stuart in an attempt to elevate U.S. coinage designs to "world class" stature. This design marked a maturing of the "young" Liberty of the preceding Flowing Hair design to a more "matronly" concept of the emblematic national symbol.

Reverse

Mintage

Draped Bust Dollar, Heraldic Eagle (1798-1804) Mintage

Specification

  • Weight: 416 grains = 26.96 grams
  • Diameter: inches (± inches)
  • Composition: [1] Officially 1,4485/1,664 = 892.43+ Fine, rest copper, actually struck at .900 Fine. Authorizing Act April 2, 1792.
  • Rim: Reeded.

Catalog reference

Prices realized from past auction lots. (PCGS Holder)

PCGS Price Guide [1]

Source

  • [1]Breen, Walter H., Walter Breen's Complete Encyclopedia of U. S. and Colonial Coins, New York: Doubleday, 1987.
  • Yeoman, R. S., and Kenneth Bressett (ed.), A Guide Book of United States Coins, 59th Ed., Atlanta, GA: Whitman Publishing, 2005.
  • U.S. Mint

Gallery