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=1880-S VAM-6 Doubled 0, S Tilted Left=  
 
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Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, June 1966.<br />
 
Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, June 1966.<br />
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'''6 III2 3 ∙ C3c (Doubled 0, S Tilted Left) (188) I-2 R-3'''<br />
 
'''6 III2 3 ∙ C3c (Doubled 0, S Tilted Left) (188) I-2 R-3'''<br />
 
'''Obverse III2 3 –''' 0 in date is doubled at top outside at left and right. Some specimens show a die crack through B of Liberty.<br />
 
'''Obverse III2 3 –''' 0 in date is doubled at top outside at left and right. Some specimens show a die crack through B of Liberty.<br />
 
'''Reverse C3c –''' Normal die of C3 type with very Large centered mint mark tilted left.<br />
 
'''Reverse C3c –''' Normal die of C3 type with very Large centered mint mark tilted left.<br />
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'''Comments:'''This obverse shared with [[1880-S VAM-5|VAM-5]], VAM-6 and [[1880-S VAM-18|VAM-18]].<br />
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'''Comments:'''<br />
This reverse shared with [[1880-S VAM-3|VAM-3]], VAM-6, [[1880-S VAM-17|VAM-17]], [[1880-S VAM-22|VAM-22]], [[1880-S VAM-29|VAM-29]], [[1880-S VAM-31|VAM-31]], [[1880-S VAM-53|VAM-53]], [[1880-S VAM-57|VAM-57]], [[1880-S VAM-58|VAM-58]], [[1880-S VAM-65|VAM-65]], [[1880-S VAM-73|VAM-73]], [[1880-S VAM-80|VAM-80]], [[1880-S VAM-81|VAM-81]], [[1880-S VAM-83|VAM-83]],[[1880-S VAM-86|VAM-86]], [[1880-S VAM-96|VAM-96]].<br />
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'''1.''' This obverse shared with [[1880-S VAM-5|VAM-5]], VAM-6, & VAM-91 <br />
Since VAM numbers are assigned by die classification, the shared reverses above are all C3c, very large S centered mint mark tilted left. All may not be the exact same die, but all fit the reverse die classification.<br />
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'''2.''' This reverse shared with [[1880-S VAM-3|VAM-3]], VAM-6, [[1880-S VAM-17|VAM-17]], [[1880-S VAM-22|VAM-22]], [[1880-S VAM-29|VAM-29]], [[1880-S VAM-31|VAM-31]], [[1880-S VAM-53|VAM-53]], [[1880-S VAM-57|VAM-57]], [[1880-S VAM-58|VAM-58]], [[1880-S VAM-65|VAM-65]], [[1880-S VAM-73|VAM-73]], [[1880-S VAM-80|VAM-80]], [[1880-S VAM-81|VAM-81]], [[1880-S VAM-83|VAM-83]],[[1880-S VAM-86|VAM-86]], [[1880-S VAM-96|VAM-96]].<br />
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'''3.''' Since VAM numbers are assigned by die classification, the shared reverses above are all C3c, very large S centered mint mark tilted left. All may not be the exact same die, but all fit the reverse die classification.<br />
== LVA Plate Photos ==
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'''Threads:''' <br />
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= LVA Plate Photos: =
 
[[image:1880-S_VAM-5_PLATE_PHOTO_5_OCT_2010.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1880-S_VAM-5_PLATE_PHOTO_5_OCT_2010.jpg]]<br />
== Additional Photos ==
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= Additional Photos: =
 
[[image:z80sdate.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:z80sdate.jpg]]<br />
 
Some specimens show a die crack through B of Liberty.<br />
 
Some specimens show a die crack through B of Liberty.<br />
 
[[image:z80sdiecrack.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:z80sdiecrack.jpg]]<br />
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= Full Coin Photos =
 
[[1880-S VAM-6#TOP|Top]]<br />
 
[[1880-S VAM-6#TOP|Top]]<br />

Latest revision as of 22:03, 31 October 2019

1880-S VAM-6 Doubled 0, S Tilted Left

Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, June 1966.
6 III2 3 ∙ C3c (Doubled 0, S Tilted Left) (188) I-2 R-3
Obverse III2 3 – 0 in date is doubled at top outside at left and right. Some specimens show a die crack through B of Liberty.
Reverse C3c – Normal die of C3 type with very Large centered mint mark tilted left.

Comments:
1. This obverse shared with VAM-5, VAM-6, & VAM-91
2. This reverse shared with VAM-3, VAM-6, VAM-17, VAM-22, VAM-29, VAM-31, VAM-53, VAM-57, VAM-58, VAM-65, VAM-73, VAM-80, VAM-81, VAM-83,VAM-86, VAM-96.
3. Since VAM numbers are assigned by die classification, the shared reverses above are all C3c, very large S centered mint mark tilted left. All may not be the exact same die, but all fit the reverse die classification.

Threads:

LVA Plate Photos:

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

Additional Photos:

Z80sdate.jpg
Some specimens show a die crack through B of Liberty.
Z80sdiecrack.jpg

Full Coin Photos

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