1921-P VAM-3P

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fogie
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1921-P VAM-3P

Post by fogie » Fri Oct 08, 2021 7:36 pm

The 1921-P VAM-3P has been known with 2 different obverse dies for some time now. Now the SSDC registry reflects same - However - All the 1921-P VAM-3P that were in the registry at the time of the split (~12:20 PM. 10-8-2021) are now regisstered as 1921-P VAM-3P.1. If you have one of these please have a look at same and find out if you have die pair 1 (1921-P VAM-3P.1) or die pair #2 (1921-P VAM-3P.2) and fix the registry of your coin. Have a great day!

DHalladay
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Re: 1921-P VAM-3P

Post by DHalladay » Fri Oct 08, 2021 9:17 pm

Thanks for the update and the heads-up! I fixed mine... one 3P.1 and two 3P.2

Why is a decimal point involved? Wouldn't 3P1 and 3P2 be easier?
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weth
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Re: 1921-P VAM-3P

Post by weth » Sat Oct 09, 2021 5:22 pm

Thanks for updating that, Brent!

I think the decimal makes sense. Numeric suffixes are used for stages; with the decimal, it usually means die pair number.

DHalladay
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Re: 1921-P VAM-3P

Post by DHalladay » Sat Oct 09, 2021 5:30 pm

weth wrote:
Sat Oct 09, 2021 5:22 pm
Thanks for updating that, Brent!

I think the decimal makes sense. Numeric suffixes are used for stages; with the decimal, it usually means die pair number.

I was not aware of that. Thanks for the education! :)
When in doubt... don't.

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