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1795-1798 Small Eagle $5 MS

1795-1798 Small Eagle $5 MS

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 72376)

The 1795-1798 Five dollar gold half eagle is part of a series of Draped bust gold half eagle coins struck from 1795-1798. The specific variety is Small Eagle. Struck in Philadelphia and designated as a Business (MS) strike, this coin is made of 91.67% gold; 8.33% silver & copper.
Obverse: Liberty with cap, facing right, surrounded by 15 or 16 stars and the word LIBERTY around the periphery. The date is centered at the bottom.
Reverse: A small eagle is centered holding a wreath in its beak, over its head, and an olive branch in its talons. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is written around the periphery.

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GSID: 72376
Coin Date: 1795-1798
Denomination: $5 / Five dollar gold half eagle
Designation: MS
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Coinage Type: Draped bust gold half eagle
Coinage Years: 1795-1798
Composition: 91.67% gold; 8.33% silver & copper
Variety: Small Eagle
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 25 mm
Fineness: 0.9167
Weight: 8.75 gr
Weight: oz
Coin Shape: Round
Designer: James B. Longacre
Reverse Designer: Robert Scot
PCGS #: 8065

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