The Draped Bust Dollar represents the first of its design type in American coinage history. Early examples include Liberty on the obverse, with LIBERTY above and the date below and with eight stars to the left and seven to the right. There are some varieties that contain 16 stars and others with 13 stars.
Initial designs featured a Small Eagle on the reverse and these types are rare.
Later designs replaced the Small Eagle with the Heraldic Eagle, while maintaining most of the obverse design. One difference, however, is the star’s placement was standardized to seven on the left and six on the right. The rare exception is a 1799 version which placed eight stars to the left and five to the right.
Large Eagle Bust Dollars were minted from 1798-1803.
Prices Shown Subject to Change
The pricing quoted on this page is based on the current market price for this precious metal, which constantly fluctuates and we continuously update from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday.
You will be charged the price listed at the time you place your order and it is confirmed as paid. If your order was not confirmed as paid, it may need to be reviewed by our fraud team and your price will not be locked in until you speak with a Blanchard account representative.
To protect against the rare event of abnormally volatile market conditions, we reserve the right to deny pricing quoted on this website.
You will be charged the market price at the time you lock in your order with us.