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1. The Reverse Die B2w was used for VAMs 35, 93, 19 (A,B) and 74 (A) I believe in that progression ~tbconcrete<br />
 
1. The Reverse Die B2w was used for VAMs 35, 93, 19 (A,B) and 74 (A) I believe in that progression ~tbconcrete<br />
2-The die polishing line at the back of the eye socket is plain to see.<br />
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Latest revision as of 07:09, 16 October 2018

1878-S VAM-74 Engraved Wing Feather, Broken R

Discovered by Calvin Cherry, July 2002. Revised 2005
74(revised) II 1 · B2w (Engraved Wing Feather, Broken R) (181) I-3 R-3
Obverse II 1– Die marker: Diagonal die polishing line at back of eye socket.
Reverse B2w– R completely broken to form Tiust. Latest die state with very over polished reverse.

Comments:
1. The Reverse Die B2w was used for VAMs 35, 93, 19 (A,B) and 74 (A) I believe in that progression ~tbconcrete
2. The die polishing line at the back of the eye socket is plain to see.

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1878 S VAM 74 Photo 1.jpg
The tip of the fourth right star is gone.
1878 S VAM 74 Photo 2.jpg
The engraved feathers are identifiable.
1878 S VAM 74 Photo 3.jpg
Razr78s74a3.jpg

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The gouge in back of eye on this sample is hard to see. (RH)

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