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Late in 1795, the Draped Bust dollar design by Robert Scot replaced his former flowing hair motif that became the first design on any official United States silver dollar. The Draped Bust design, like the Flowing Hair type, represents a visage of Miss Liberty. In the Draped Bust design, Scot chooses a more matronly appearance for Miss Liberty. Both the Flowing Hair and Draped Bust dollars depict rightward-facing portraits of Miss Liberty, though in the later design the image captures the female likeness from a vantage point that shows her breast line, which is draped by a gown.
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Great conditioned mint
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