James LEE wrote: ↑
Wed Aug 04, 2021 1:05 am
please, vam# Please teach me, I can't find it,
Please be patient. I promise that I will give you the VAM number if you can't get it with a little coaching.
We really want to help you develop the skills to find VAMs on your own. Not because we don't want to help you. We do want to help you. But if you learn the skills to attribute on your own, it will help you every time you pick up a dollar when one of us is not there to do it for you. Your skill will improve and your confidence will grow.
You can do it!
Okay, now a little coaching.
I asked for close ups of the exact date and mm locations for a reason. As soon as you showed me good close ups it didn't take long to find your VAM. So what did I do?
I described what the date location and mint mark locations looked like to me.
Information on this is in Attribution 101
http://ec2-13-58-222-16.us-east-2.compu ... bution_101
I thought that the date was at the far left edge of normal.
I thought that the MM was upright and centered, high or very high.
So I went to the 1900-O VAM listings.
http://ec2-13-58-222-16.us-east-2.compu ... 900-O_VAMs
At the top of the VAM listing page there is a link for "1. Sort by Reverse design".
I went searching for high or very high upright and centered Os and a normal date.
So this reduces the number of VAMs that I need to check by a very large amount.
High Os & normal date = 7
Very high O & normal date = 2
Take your pick on where you want to start eliminating VAMs, a group of 2 or a group of 7.
Let us know what you find.
You can do it.
Hint; look closely at your mm close up photo. Did you notice all of the lines in the eagle's lower tail feathers.