1878-S Vam 1d2

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Flat-Chested
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1878-S Vam 1d2

Post by Flat-Chested » Sun Dec 04, 2022 6:28 pm

A recent acquisition, a nicer example of the Vam.
1878-S Vam 1d2 Obv.jpg
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1878-S Vam 1d2 Rev.jpg
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Vamsky
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Re: 1878-S Vam 1d2

Post by Vamsky » Sun Dec 04, 2022 6:34 pm

Nice example.

tbconcrete
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Re: 1878-S Vam 1d2

Post by tbconcrete » Mon Dec 05, 2022 12:38 am

Im not seeing the die break on this. Perhaps its the lighting.

Flat-Chested
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Re: 1878-S Vam 1d2

Post by Flat-Chested » Mon Dec 05, 2022 2:13 am

The break is massive, the lighting not so good.

morganman
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Re: 1878-S Vam 1d2

Post by morganman » Mon Dec 05, 2022 2:34 am

WOW Never heard of 1D2- Guess i will go take a peek
Typical, as so many vams and not enough dedicated time to seek em out
I'M amazed at the cool vams members post here of which i had no clue
So clueless i am on a lot of coin issues, but quite sharp/educated on others.
Being in general a non details person, all this various die stuff drives me insane LOl
As if i wasnt already a bit off center LOl

Thinking of off center, I now realize i have enjoyed the shit outta not being very
normal. Guess this is why my brokerage firm wanted me to sign on as a consultant,
of which i laughed as i declined profusely. Who in right mind would want that
thankless job. That would be like Ash Harrison taking on a Vam Value Guide by
himself IMHO LOL
:|

Vamsky
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Re: 1878-S Vam 1d2

Post by Vamsky » Mon Dec 05, 2022 2:39 am

Note the shading just above the 'M' in America. Now see the full reverse photo on the Vam 1D2 page .. they are identical. It's the result of a displaced field from the die crack. I've picked a couple of Vam 1D2's , but never one in this nice of condition. Congrats.

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