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1796 DRAPED BUST HALF DOLLAR REPLICA
A genuine 1796 Draped Bust Half Dollar in similar proof condition would be appraised at over $500,000.
This coin has been manufactured to the highest standards, and consists of an exact size brilliant uncirculated collector's proof replica. This coin is a stunning tribute to one of the most sought after U.S. half dollars ever minted. The History Of The 1796 Draped Bust Half Dollar. The 1796 Bust Half Dollar was designed by Robert Scot, with only 3,918 copies minted. Its original composition consisted of 89.24% silver and 10.76% copper, and weighed 13.48 grams.
Although the minting of the United States Half Dollar was authorized by The Act of April 2, 1792, no actual half dollars were minted until 1794. This variety of Bust Half Dollar (small eagle reverse) was minted for only two years - 1796 and 1797. Mintage or the United States Half Dollar ceased at the end of 1797, with no additional halves minted until 1801. In 1801 the obverse of the coin remained the same, however, the small eagle on the reverse was changed to the Heraldic Eagle.
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This Coin Is .999 Pure Silver Layered
32.5 Millimeters in Diameter
Individually Struck Proof Coin
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