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'''Vertical bar on left side of loop opening but slightly more pronounced than VAM-15'''<br />
 
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Revision as of 20:16, 4 August 2019

1882-O VAM-25 Doubled 2, O/O Left

Discovered by Martin Field, March 1979.
25 III2 16 - C3l (Doubled 2, O/O Left) (181) I-2 R-3
Obverse III2 16- 2 doubled on right side of knob. Die chips and polishing lines in upper loop and at bottom of lower loop of 2.
Reverse C3I - Mint mark repunched with original showing as a vertical bar on left side of loop opening but slightly more pronounced than VAM-15 with diagonal polishing lines on right side of opening. Heavy horizontal polishing lines in eagle's tail feathers and in wreath bow.

Comments:
1. VAMs 24 & 25 share the same obverse description
2. There has been confusion with 24/25 reverse attributions

Threads:
1. [[1]]
2. [[2]]

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