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1801 Silver Draped Bust Dollar NGC VF30 BB-211, B-1

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Why Make This VF30 1801 Draped Bust Silver Dollar B-1 BB-211 the Next Addition to Your Collection?

The Draped Bust dollar was not struck by the U.S. Mint for very many years, but these coins are quite appealing to a number of collectors. This Draped Bust silver dollar was struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1801. There were 54,454 of these minted. This is one of the lower mintage figures of the series.

Draped Bust Design by Scot

The designs for this silver dollar were created by Robert Scot. Scot was the very first Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint. The date can be found at the bottom of the obverse design. A portrait of Liberty with long hair is shown on this side of the coin.

The reverse features a design with a heraldic bald eagle. The eagle's chest is protected by a shield as it holds a large bundle of arrows and an olive branch with its talons.


To have this classic silver dollar graded and encapsulated, it was submitted to the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Their team of experts assigned it the grade of Very Fine 30 (VF 30). That means this specimen displays obvious wear, but many original details remain.

Order today, this NGC VF30 1801 Draped Bust silver dollar could be yours.

Year of Issue:1801
Mint:U.S. Mint
Grading Service:NGC
Designation:BB-211, B-1
Finish:Mint State
Weight in Grams:26.96 g
Weight in Ounces:0.8668 oz
Diameter:39.5 mm
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States