Draped Bust Dollar Small Eagle - More Matronly Figure
Draped Bust Dollars
When Liberty initially showed up on the country's silver coins in 1794 she was energetic and young, hair openly streaming behind her. Collectors refer to these coins as the Flowing Hair type. Within a year, this innocent-looking lass reached full maturity. The 1795 coin showed her having long locks tied back with a ribbon and a bow, while her cleavage is visible above her draped clothing, now known as the Draped Bust design.
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