1795 $10 PCGS AU55 13 Leaves

$138,000.00 USD

This coin is historically relevant as it represents the early monetary system of the United States and reflects the country's infancy in coin production.

The obverse of the coin features a right-facing portrait of Liberty wearing a cap, with flowing hair and a ribbon behind her head. The word "LIBERTY" appears above her head, and the date, 1795, is below. The obverse was designed by Robert Scot.

The reverse showcases a small eagle perched on a palm branch, surrounded by a wreath. Above the eagle is the inscription "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA." The 13 leaves variant is more common than its 9 leaves counterpart.