1880-P VAM-10

From VAMWorld
Revision as of 07:26, 14 February 2019 by PacificWR (talk | contribs) (Additional Photos:)
(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

1880-P VAM-10 8/7 Bit

Discovered by Herb Zepke, February 1969. Revised March 2006 By Lawrence Galbraith.
10(revised) III29 · C3a (8/7 Bit) (180) I-3 R-4
Obverse III29 – Second 8 has two short horizontal spikes on right inside of upper loop and raised metal at top right inside of lower loop.
Some specimens have only one spike in upper loop. Possible 8/7 but evidence not conclusive. 0 doubled at top left inside.
Reverse C3a – Two fine diagonal die scratches in lower part of eagle’s right wing.

Comments:
1. Reverse shared with VAM-5, VAM-5A , and VAM-6,

Threads:

LVA Plate Photo:

1880-P VAM-10 Die Scratches.jpg

Additional Photos:

RDM 1880 P VAM 10 REV a 010714.jpg

Dgl1880-P VAM-10 DATE 2 17 NOV 2010 (.JPG
Die chip in first 8, Second 8 has two short horizontal spikes on right inside of upper loop and raised metal at top right inside of lower loop.
414px  align="left"

W1880 PCGSMS64 2nd 8.jpg
Numerical Close Ups
Dgl1880rev7.jpg Dgl1880rev8.jpg

80P Vam 10-04.JPG
Middle of Eagles Right Wing
Dgl1880rev2 25 feb 2011.jpg
Here are a couple of polish lines that should be visible on worn coins. These two parallel lines are also found on two
other 1880-P's.
1880pleafvoislines1mhidpi1001 (2).jpg
2 Sets

Full Coin Photos

Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-10 Images on loan to VAMworld and ATTRIBUTED BY Mhomei

Top