H10C 1794 XF 40 PCGS
Attractive well defined devices and lettering. Well struck. Minimal contact marks. Pleasing gray-blue toned surfaces. Four different die varieties are known for the 1794 half dimes as cataloged by Daniel Valentine in 1930. All of the 7,756 Flowing Hair half dimes of 1794 all were minted in March of 1795. The 1794 half dime is a scarce coin in any grade and in mint state it is very rare, though a group of a dozen or so extremely choice uncirculated pieces exist from a hoard found and dispersed around 1880. PCGS has certified 14 coins at this level with 88 finer.