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whats the value of a 1795 silver dollar.

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A genuine 1795 dollar is silver, but it's not pure silver. The coin is a fake if it's not silver.


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you can tell it's real by the silver. If its real silver it is real. Get it?? I hope that helped you.


Take it to a local coin collector and see what he or she says.



Depending on the condition and type, somewhere between 1 and 100 thousand dollars. Get a book on coins to find out what grade yours is in and what type. A 1795 US Silver Dollar is worth a lot more then just a dollar, depending on condition anywhere from 100 dollars to 125 thousand dollars.


In 1795 two different US one dollar coins were struck. A Flowing Hair and a Draped Bust and both have different varieties, but values are about the same at $2,500.00 to $35,000.00 depending on type and condition.


A US Trade Dollar dated 1795 is a fake, they were struck from 1873-1885


In 1795 two different US one dollar coins were struck. A Flowing Hair and a Draped Bust and both have different varieties, but values are about the same at $2,500.00 to $35,000.00 depending on type and condition.


8-3-11>>> In 1795 two different US one dollar coins were struck. A Flowing Hair and a Draped Bust and both have different varieties, but values are about the same at $2,500.00 to $35,000.00 depending on type and condition.


Please look the coin again, the US Mint did not exist in 1775 and the first Draped Bust dollar was produced in 1795.


July 6, 2009 There were 2 varities of the 1795 silver dollar, the Flowing Hair Type which was minted in 1794 and 1795, and the Draped Bust Type which was minted from 1795 through 1798. The 1795 Flowing Hair Type has a value of about $1400 on the low end of the circulated scale to in excess of $400,000 in higher uncirculated grades. The 1795 Draped Bust Type has a value of about $1100 on the low end of the circulated scale to in excess of $350,000 in higher uncirculated grades. These early US silver dollars have low mintages and therefore are scarce. It is always a good idea to have a coin such as this certified as being authentic. The prices quoted here are based on certified coins graded through PCGS.


Flowing hair? I'm sorry it's a fake because they stopped making them in 1795


There is no mint mark on that early of a coin, because there was only one mint at the time, in Philadelphia.


7-6-11>>> A Flowing Hair 1796 dollar is NOT authentic. That obverse design was only used in 1794 & 1795 but the Draped Bust obverse was also first issued in 1795. So a real 1796 should be a Draped Bust coin.


As with most early American coins varieties exist, and the 1795 dollar has 5 Major varieties and two obverse designs, Flowing Hair & Draped Bust and all are considered scarce. In general values of circulated examples run from $1,100.00 to more than $80,000.00 depending on grade and type


Yes, I'm sure there are.


I really hate to give you the bad news but silver dollar you have, if it were in near perfect condition would be worth as much as $500,000. A 1794 flowing hair dollar is valued at over $2,000,000. The hole drilled in yours makes it almost worthless.


The coin needs to be seen for an accurate value. As with most all early American coins the 1795 Draped Bust dollar has different varieties and is also known to been counterfeited. I strongly suggest sending it to one of the major professional grading services for authentication and grading, this gives you a solid value of the coin.


Dollars with "flowing hair" design were only struck in 1794 and 1795. Your coin is simply called a Peace dollar.


The first year a US $5 dollar coin was struck is 1795


Depending on type and condition values are $1.900.00 to more than $50,000.00


The 1795 Flowing Hair dollar has 3 different major varieties and values are different. But in general they range in price from $1,910.00 to $53,000.00 for circulated examples depending on grade and type. Mint State examples do exist, some have sold for more then one million dollars.


Value depends on type and grade of the coin, but they do run from $600.00 to more than $27,000.00


As with most early American coins varieties exist, and the 1795 dollar has 5 Major varieties and two obverse designs, Flowing Hair & Draped Bust and all are considered scarce. In general values of circulated examples run from $1,100.00 to more than $80,000.00 depending on grade and type