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The picture below, featuring the four damaged denticles under 18, is the [[1880-S VAM-37B|VAM-37B]] - but this photo also shows the Doubled 80 of the VAM-37.<br />
 
The picture below, featuring the four damaged denticles under 18, is the [[1880-S VAM-37B|VAM-37B]] - but this photo also shows the Doubled 80 of the VAM-37.<br />
 
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= Full Coin Photos =
 
= Full Coin Photos =

Latest revision as of 10:52, 17 November 2019

1880-S VAM-37B Doubled 80, Damaged Denticles

37B III2 25 ∙ C3a (187) (Doubled 80, Damaged Denticles) I-2 R-5
Obverse III2 25 – Doubled 80 in date. Second 8 doubled faintly at left bottom outside of upper loop. 0 doubled faintly at left and right outside. Four damaged denticle spaces below 18 with inverted raised triangles and two diagonal polishing lines in middle.
Reverse C3a – Normal die with medium IV S mint mark (tilted slightly to the left but within tolerances - see photo on VAM-37 page).

Comments:
1. This obverse die type shared with VAM-37, VAM-37A, VAM-37B, VAM-39, and VAM-96.
2. Later die state of VAM-37.
3. Exact same rev. die shared with VAM106.

Threads:

LVA Plate Photos:

1880-S VAM-37B PLATE PHOTO 5 OCT 2010.jpg

Additional Photos:

The picture below, featuring the four damaged denticles under 18, is the VAM-37B - but this photo also shows the Doubled 80 of the VAM-37.
1880-S VAM 37 Photo 1.jpg

Full Coin Photos

ANACS Pop: 1 (MS-63) but some older slabs may list this as a VAM-37 (check yours!)
VAMfinder 1880-S VAM-37B OBV.JPG

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