The 1795 Flowing Hair Half Dime is the second date in the series, and the more available one of the two dates produced. However, this does not mean that examples are easily found or relatively affordable.
Very popular for type set purposes, higher graded coins are always in demand. Circulated coins are also in demand, but are a little less costly and available with some diligent searching.
Ten different die varieties have been identified for this issue, with only two of these considered scarce. Others range from rare to extremely rare, the latter being V-10/LM-2, with less than ten pieces known to exist. This represents one of the prized rarities within the spectrum of die varieties for this denomination.
As mentioned previously, the 1795 half dime is usually the date of choice for a high grade type coin collection, although care and attention is required to find and acquire problem free coins.