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'''2-''' The II 23 obverse is also used with [[1878-S VAM-57|VAM-57]] and [[1878-S VAM-60|VAM-60]]<br />
 
'''2-''' The II 23 obverse is also used with [[1878-S VAM-57|VAM-57]] and [[1878-S VAM-60|VAM-60]]<br />
 
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'''Threads:'''<br />
1. [http://www.vamworld.wikispaces.com/share/view/3584049 LongKnok]<br />
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1. [http://www.vamworld.wikispaces.com/share/view/3584049 Long Nock]<br />
 
== LVA Plate Photos ==
 
== LVA Plate Photos ==
 
[[image:1878-S_VAM-26_No_Eng_Feather.jpg]][[image:1878-S_VAM-26_Rt_Star_Not_Broken.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1878-S_VAM-26_No_Eng_Feather.jpg]][[image:1878-S_VAM-26_Rt_Star_Not_Broken.jpg]]<br />

Revision as of 00:43, 15 September 2018

1878-S VAM-26 Long Nock Reverse, S Tilted Left

Discovered by Dave DeRuiter, November 1979.
This coin is a Top 100 Morgan VAM. This coin is a Top 30 1878-S Variety.
26(revised) II 23 · B1a (Long Center Arrow Feather, S Tilted Left) (186) I-5 R-7
Obverse II 23– Eyelid doubled at bottom front and short spikes at eye bottom front and lower part of eye socket.
Reverse B1a– Normal die of 1878 P B1 type with long center arrow shaft. Small III S mint mark set slightly to right with slight tilt to left. Die marker of small dot in incuse line next to eagle’s left leg.
Comments:
1- Long Nocks include VAM-27, VAM-56, VAM-57, VAM-58, VAM-59, VAM-60, VAM-62 and VAM-72.
2- The II 23 obverse is also used with VAM-57 and VAM-60
Threads:
1. Long Nock

LVA Plate Photos

1878-S VAM-26 No Eng Feather.jpg1878-S VAM-26 Rt Star Not Broken.jpg
1878-S VAM-26 Dbld Eyelid Spike.jpg1878-S VAM-26 Dot in TF.jpg

Additional Photos

Obverse Pups

78s_v26_eye_a.jpg

doubled 7
Mrjuan 1878 s -vam 26 004.JPG
Reverse Pups
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1878-S-26-jbc-dot.jpg

Full Coin Photos

Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-26 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy © [Heritage Auctions ]ATTRIBUTED BY ANACS
High Resolution Photographs

4/2018
A rarity in any circulated grade, which most are, and a spectacular rarity in Mint State such as this VAM-26 offered at the
[2011 January Tampa FUN Signature & Platinum Night US Coin Auction]

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