1878-P VAM-132

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1878-P VAM-132 Missing Nostril (Skunk Cheek)

Discovered by Bill Fivaz, April 1973. Revised 2009.
132(revised) II3 - B2a (Missing Nostril) (180) I-2 R-4
Obverse II 3 - Same as II 2 but die has been over polished so that the nostril is missing. Different die than 1878-P VAM-190, but several dies exist.
Die 1 marker- Curvy die scratch at back of cap above ribbon and slightly doubled bottom of E.
Reverse B2a - Die 1 marker- Fine horizontal polishing lines in wreath bow.

Comments:
1. Coins with the missing nostril, broken 4th star point, and B2 doubled motto reverse are 1878-P VAM-190.

Threads:

LVA Plate Photos:

P78vam132.jpg

Additional Photos:

Die 1 Marker
NESVT20100821 1878P 132 8.JPG NESVT20100821 1878P 132 1.JPG NESVT20100821 1878P 132 2.JPG

NESVT20100821 1878P 132 3.JPG NESVT20100821 1878P 132 4.JPG NESVT20100821 1878P 132 5.JPG

NESVT20100821 1878P 132 6.JPG NESVT20100821 1878P 132 7.JPG

Sl-78-p-6.JPG Sl-78-p-7.JPG

Sl-78-p-4.JPG NESVT20100821 1878P 132 9.JPG

NESVT20100821 1878P 132 10.JPG

Full Coin Photos

Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-132 Die #1 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY ANACS ANACS LOGO3.jpg

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