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My first reaction is it was totally immersed in an acid of some kind, like the product that is used to restore dates on worn-out Buffalo nickels.
When in doubt... don't.
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What year is it? Can you provide an obverse pic as well?
I swear, someday I will learn how to grade Peace Dollars!
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Seeing who started this post, my guess is that it is a 1900-O.
But that is just a guess.
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Yes, it looks similar to the reverse of the 1900-O VAM-59, which is an O/CC counterfeit of VAM-11
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Lee knows me all too well. Yes, it’s a 1900-O.
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I'm no expert in this department, but it looks too ugly to be a counterfeit.
My guess is genuine and abused.
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Genuine and trashed.
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