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1881-O VAM-50 Doubled Ear Bottom

Discovered 2014 by Squirrel, Revised 2015

50 (revised) III2 32 · C3a (Doubled Ear Bottom) (176) I-2 R-5
Obverse III2 32 – Ear slightly doubled at bottom of earlobe. Similar to VAM 33 but not as strong.
Die marker- Very fine raised pitting along jaw-neck junction. Polishing lines cap ribbon left end.
Reverse C3a Die marker-Some raised dots in wreath bow.

Comments:
1- VAM-50 and VAM-75 are the same die pairings just different die states
2- Doubled Ear Varieties : VAM-27, VAM-30, VAM-33, VAM-33B , VAM-40, VAM-45, VAM-50 , VAM-50A

Threads:
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LVA Plate Photos

1881-O-VAM50-PLATES.jpg

This Die marker--Diagonal Line Eye Front....does not appear on the discovery coin.--CLM, May 2014
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Additional Photos

under review
This photograph was taken of the 'Discovery' piece used by Leroy Van Allen to identify the VAM 33--CLM ll/21/13
THIS BECAME VAM - 50
1881-O VAM 33 Photo 1.jpg

Hawkeye Coin Copyrighted© VAM-50 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy © VSS
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Price History:
Condition Census:

4/2014 None registered in SSDC or attributed by ANACS
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