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=1878-P VAM-7 Spiked A=  
 
=1878-P VAM-7 Spiked A=  
 
Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, December 1965.<br />
 
Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, December 1965.<br />
'''7 I2 6 - A1d (Spike A) (189) I-2 R-4 (R-5???)'''<br />
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'''7 I2 6 - A1d (Spike A) (189) I-2 R-4 '''<br />
 
'''Obverse I2 6-''' Doubled left stars, E, PLURIBUS U, and 187. A slight rotation of hub and die between blows.<br />
 
'''Obverse I2 6-''' Doubled left stars, E, PLURIBUS U, and 187. A slight rotation of hub and die between blows.<br />
 
'''Reverse A1d-''' Die shows evidence of wearing out, with a scratch in the die causing spikes at the side of A in STATES and a filled center E in ONE. <br />
 
'''Reverse A1d-''' Die shows evidence of wearing out, with a scratch in the die causing spikes at the side of A in STATES and a filled center E in ONE. <br />
  
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
'''1.''' This is an [[8 Tailfeather Morgan|eight tailfeather]] variety. This variety shares the reverse A1d with VAMs [[1878-P VAM-6|6]], [[1878-P VAM-7|7]], [[1878-P VAM-14.5|14-5]], [[1878-P VAM-14.8|14-8]], and [[1878-P VAM-14.19|14-19]]. VAMs 6 and 7 are relatively common, but the other three are major rarities.<br />
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'''1.''' This is an [[8 Tailfeather Morgan|eight tailfeather]] variety. This variety shares the reverse A1d with VAMs [[1878-P VAM-6|6]], [[1878-P VAM-7|7]], [[1878-P VAM-14.5|14-5]], [[1878-P VAM-14.8|14-8]], and [[1878-P VAM-14.19|14-19]]. VAMs 6 and 7 are relatively common (R-5???), but the other three are major rarities.<br />
 
'''2.''' V7 does come lightly clashed and a very nicely doubled neck line<br />
 
'''2.''' V7 does come lightly clashed and a very nicely doubled neck line<br />
  

Latest revision as of 09:08, 24 January 2020

1878-P VAM-7 Spiked A

Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, December 1965.
7 I2 6 - A1d (Spike A) (189) I-2 R-4
Obverse I2 6- Doubled left stars, E, PLURIBUS U, and 187. A slight rotation of hub and die between blows.
Reverse A1d- Die shows evidence of wearing out, with a scratch in the die causing spikes at the side of A in STATES and a filled center E in ONE.

Comments:
1. This is an eight tailfeather variety. This variety shares the reverse A1d with VAMs 6, 7, 14-5, 14-8, and 14-19. VAMs 6 and 7 are relatively common (R-5???), but the other three are major rarities.
2. V7 does come lightly clashed and a very nicely doubled neck line

Threads:

LVA Plate Photos:

Additional Photos:

A1d Reverse
1878 8TF A1D Reverse.jpg
7 doubled at left side and a Spiked A on reverse
1878 vam 7 date.JPG 1878 8TF VAM 14 5 SpikedA.jpg
Tripled E
DSC03875.JPG
Some additional pictures of the other pick-up points: RIB is doubled:
1878 8TF Obv - RIB.jpg
The E in ONE is filled:
1878 8TF REV ONE.jpg

DSC03895.JPG DSC03894.JPG
DSC03892.JPG DSC03889.JPG
DSC03887.JPG DSC03886.JPG
DSC03884.JPG DSC03881.JPG
DSC03880.JPG DSC03878.JPG

DSC03876.JPG

Full Coin Photos

2 Sets of Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-7 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY ANACS ANACS LOGO3.jpg

Heritage's auction archives, another here

From Heritage's auction archives another [here] [here]
[NGC Population for 1878-P VAM-7]
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