IMO it's VF-30.
Too much wear, especially on the obverse.
Significant environmental damage.
IMO it's AU and I'm leaning towards it NOT having been cleaned.
Looks like a round piece with some squiggles on it.
You need to improve your imaging technique.
1795 Flowing Hair Silver Dollar - PCGS F-15
1795 Draped Bust Dollar/Small Eagle Reverse - PCGS VF-30
Low is 999 and under, i.e., in the hundreds.
I like the die crack.
Too bad about the verdigris on the reverse.
I've got the 2018 Red Book and it lists the varieties.
I'll be buying them slabbed in MS-64 or -65, probably BN.
I'll want them attributed.
The Red Book has two varieties listed for 1870, 1871 & 1872 IHC's, "Shallow N" and "Bold N".
I looked up the identifying characteristics online and...
This will finish up the half dollars.
1894 Barber Half Dollar - PCGS XF-45
1941 Walking Liberty Half - PCGS MS-65
I'm surprised at the price you got.
Generally if modern coins are not Red Book listed they don't go for much.
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