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On higher grade specimens there are two more markers. The first is a die scratch on the Reverse that runs from the bottom of the "E" up diagonally thru the "D" on up to th denticles in the "UNITED". You can also see this die scratch in John Robert's photo above. Photos below courtesy of Alan Scott.<br />
 
On higher grade specimens there are two more markers. The first is a die scratch on the Reverse that runs from the bottom of the "E" up diagonally thru the "D" on up to th denticles in the "UNITED". You can also see this die scratch in John Robert's photo above. Photos below courtesy of Alan Scott.<br />
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Additionally, on the Obverse there is a clashed "s" or "u" from the Reverse "trust" in Liberties hairvee.<br />
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image:ARS_1880_P_VAM33A_2.jpg|frame|Additionally, on the Obverse there is a clashed "s" or "u" from the Reverse "trust" in Liberties hairvee.
Yes, the "E" is hard to get a good photo of. Try this one.<br />
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Don't confuse the doubled date with the VAM14!!<br />
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Revision as of 21:25, 14 February 2019

1880-P VAM-33A Doubled Date, Partial E on Reverse

Discovered by Brian Raines, August 2002. Revised 2010.
33A(revised) III2 33 · C3a (Doubled Date, Partial E on Reverse) ( ? ) I-3 R-6
Obverse III2 33 – Entire Date doubled. 1 is doubled strongly at top of upper crossbar. First 8 doubled on surface at bottom right outside of lower loop. Second 8 doubled at lower loop, 0 doubled at left and right bottom outside.
Reverse C3a – Die 1 - Clashed die with partial E below eagle’s tail feathers on left side. Only middle back and middle serif of E shows very weakly. Set lower and weaker E than VAM-39A. Different die than for VAMs 33 and 33B.

Comments:
1. Rare and in demand with very few specimens known.
2. Later die state of VAM-33.

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LVA Plate Photos:

1880-P VAM-33A Plate ED Oct 2011.jpg 1880-P VAM-33A PLATE PHOTO 5 OCT 2010.jpg

Additional Photos:

On higher grade specimens there are two more markers. The first is a die scratch on the Reverse that runs from the bottom of the "E" up diagonally thru the "D" on up to th denticles in the "UNITED". You can also see this die scratch in John Robert's photo above. Photos below courtesy of Alan Scott.

Full Coin Photos

Large Full Coin Photos are attributed and provided by Tekkie

Clashed coins carry a premium.
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