1795 FLOWING HAIR $1, 2 LEAVES MS63

2 LEAVES. NEAR GEM SURFACES WITH LIGHT ROSE/BLUE PATINA. B-1, BB-21. AN EXTRAORDINARY SPECIMEN. ELIASBERG PEDIGREE.
Grading Service: PCGS
SKU: 140943
Cert Number: 44797004
$190,000.00**
$247,500.00

In 1795, Pickney’s Treaty was agreed upon after a negotiation between the representatives of the United States and Spain. The treaty would put an end to border disputes between the States and the North American colonies of Spain, which at that point included Florida and a good deal of coast along the Gulf of Mexico after it was given to them by the British in the Peace Treaty of 1783. Spain’s territory also included Louisiana, ceded to them by the French in 1763. The treaty also opened up the Spanish controlled port of New Orleans to trade from the United States and gave the US navigation rights on the Mississippi River. With the amount of trade that the treaty stimulated, it would not be a stretch to suggest that this 1795 dollar could have passed through the newly opened New Orleans and up the Mississippi River.

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