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'''50A III2 49 · C3c (Doubled 80 and Lower Reverse, Doubled Lips Counterclash) (181) I-3 R-6'''<br />
 
'''50A III2 49 · C3c (Doubled 80 and Lower Reverse, Doubled Lips Counterclash) (181) I-3 R-6'''<br />
 
'''Obverse III2 49 –''' Doubled lips and upper chin from die counterclash.<br />
 
'''Obverse III2 49 –''' Doubled lips and upper chin from die counterclash.<br />
'''Reverse C3c –''' Has same hub doubling as 1878 C3c reverse with doubling of outside edges of some leaves in left wreath and lower right wreath, bottom of right bow ribbon and tops of serifs of A to star in AMERICA. <br />
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'''Reverse C3c –''' Has same hub doubling as 1878 C3c reverse with doubling of outside edges of some leaves in left wreath and lower right wreath, bottom of right bow ribbon and tops of serifs of A to star in AMERICA.  
 
''Die marker'' - Some fine vertical polishing lines in middle of eagle's right wing.<br />
 
''Die marker'' - Some fine vertical polishing lines in middle of eagle's right wing.<br />
  
Comments:<br />
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'''Comments:'''<br />
'''1.''' Later die state of [[1880-P VAM-50|VAM-50]].<br />
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# Later die state of [[1880-P VAM-50|VAM 50]].<br />
'''2.''' The die chip on the cap, below the ribbon, on the left side.(See photo below) has been found on the earliest die stage of VAM-50, a DMPL. Some examples, but not all, may exhibit obverse pitting. For die markers see[[1880-P VAM-50| VAM-50]]. Can be found in grades as high as MS66.<br />
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# The die chip on the cap, below the ribbon, on the left side.(See photo below) has been found on the earliest die stage of VAM 50, a DMPL. Some examples, but not all, may exhibit obverse pitting. For die markers see VAM 50. Can be found in grades as high as MS66.<br />
'''3.''' On 5 Aug 2011 Leroy corrected the 2007 supplement plates for VAM-24. The die markers for VAM-24 were actually VAM-50/50A.<br />
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# On 5 Aug 2011 Leroy corrected the 2007 supplement plates for [[1880-P VAM-24|VAM 24]]. The die markers for VAM 24 were actually VAM 50/50A.<br />
  
 
'''Threads:''' <br />
 
'''Threads:''' <br />
= LVA Plate Photos: =
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= LVA Plate Photos =
 
[[image:V50A_1880Plips.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:V50A_1880Plips.jpg]]<br />
= Additional Photos: =
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= Additional Photos =
First two photos courtesy of Rod Meader. <br>
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=== Main Pick-ups ===
[[image:1880P_VAM-50A_date.jpg| 500px]] [[image:1880P_VAM-50A_bow_MM.jpg| 500px]]<br>
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<gallery mode=packed widths=400 heights=300 style="text-align:left">
<gallery mode="packed" widths=275px heights=275px perrow=3>
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1880P_VAM-50A_date.jpg|Courtesy of Rod Meader
image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_(abc)-3.jpg|frame|Date.
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BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-3.jpg|VAM 50A Clash Rotation.
image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-2.jpg|frame|VAM-50A Date.
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</gallery>
image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-3.jpg|frame|VAM-50A Clash Rotation.
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=== Secondary Pick-ups ===
image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-1.jpg|frame|Lower '''Reverse hub doubling''' - (same hub doubling as 1878 C3c reverse).
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<gallery mode=packed widths=300 heights=200 style="text-align:left">
image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-4.jpg|frame|'''Reverse Doubling'''.
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1880P_VAM-50A_bow_MM.jpg|Courtesy of Rod Meader
image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-5.jpg|frame|Fine '''vertical polishing lines''' in the middle of eagle's right wing.
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image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-2.jpg|VAM-50A Date.
image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-6.jpg|frame|Fine '''vertical polishing lines''' in the middle of eagle's right wing.
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image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-1.jpg|Lower reverse hub doubling - (same hub doubling as 1878 C3c reverse).
image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_(abc)-2.jpg|frame|Small Curved '''Die Scratch''' on the 4th inner feather from the bottom on eagle's left wing.
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image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-4.jpg|Reverse Doubling.
image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_(abc)-1.jpg|frame|The die chip on the cap, below the ribbon, on the left side has been found on the earliest die stage of VAM-50, a DMPL.
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image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-5.jpg|Fine vertical polishing lines in the middle of eagle's right wing.
image:ARS_1880_P_VAM50A_2.jpg|frame|The phantom clashed E.
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image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_-6.jpg|Fine vertical polishing lines in the middle of eagle's right wing.
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image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_(abc)-2.jpg|Small Curved Die Scratch on the 4th inner feather from the bottom on eagle's left wing.
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image:BOP_1800-P_VAM-50A_Counter_Clashed_Lips_(abc)-1.jpg|The die chip on the cap, below the ribbon, on the left side has been found on the earliest die stage of VAM-50, a DMPL.
 
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</gallery>
  
 
= Full Coin Photos =
 
= Full Coin Photos =
Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-50A Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[[http://www.ha.com/ Heritage Auctions]] ATTRIBUTED BY '''ANACS''' [[image:ANACS_LOGO3.jpg]]<br />
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Full Coin VAM 50A Images © [http://www.ha.com/ Heritage Auctions], used with permission. Attributed by '''ANACS''' [[image:ANACS_LOGO3.jpg]]<br />
 
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1880_RonH_VAM-50A_OBV.jpg
 
1880_RonH_VAM-50A_OBV.jpg
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1880_RonH_VAM-50A_REV_BM.jpg
 
1880_RonH_VAM-50A_REV_BM.jpg
 
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(2) PCGS MS64, NGC MS64, NGC MS63, (5) ANACS MS63. PCGS MS 63<br />
 
 
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Latest revision as of 12:58, 3 August 2020

1880-P VAM-50A Doubled 80 and Lower Reverse, Doubled Lips Counterclash

Discovered by John Baumgart, August 2006.
50A III2 49 · C3c (Doubled 80 and Lower Reverse, Doubled Lips Counterclash) (181) I-3 R-6
Obverse III2 49 – Doubled lips and upper chin from die counterclash.
Reverse C3c – Has same hub doubling as 1878 C3c reverse with doubling of outside edges of some leaves in left wreath and lower right wreath, bottom of right bow ribbon and tops of serifs of A to star in AMERICA. Die marker - Some fine vertical polishing lines in middle of eagle's right wing.

Comments:

  1. Later die state of VAM 50.
  2. The die chip on the cap, below the ribbon, on the left side.(See photo below) has been found on the earliest die stage of VAM 50, a DMPL. Some examples, but not all, may exhibit obverse pitting. For die markers see VAM 50. Can be found in grades as high as MS66.
  3. On 5 Aug 2011 Leroy corrected the 2007 supplement plates for VAM 24. The die markers for VAM 24 were actually VAM 50/50A.

Threads:

LVA Plate Photos

V50A 1880Plips.jpg

Additional Photos

Main Pick-ups

Secondary Pick-ups

Full Coin Photos

Full Coin VAM 50A Images © Heritage Auctions, used with permission. Attributed by ANACS ANACS LOGO3.jpg

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