1796 $1 PCGS MS61 Small date, Lg Letters

$240,000.00 USD

The 1796 $1 coin with the Small Date and Large Letters is a significant piece of early American numismatics. Here's a detailed overview:

This coin is part of the Draped Bust Dollar series, which was minted from 1795 to 1803.

Obverse: The coin features the Draped Bust design, which is believed to be designed by artist Gilbert Stuart and engraved by Robert Scot. It depicts a portrait of Lady Liberty with flowing hair and a draped bust.

Reverse: The reverse showcases a small eagle surrounded by a wreath, which is a design element that symbolizes peace and liberty. This design is known as the "Small Eagle" reverse and was used until 1798.