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=1882-O VAM-32 Doubled 882=  
 
=1882-O VAM-32 Doubled 882=  
Discovered by Martin Field, January 1981.<br />
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Discovered by Martin Field, January 1981. Revised 2019.<br />
'''32 III2 23 - C3a (Doubled 882) (181) I-2 R-3'''<br />
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'''32 III2 23 - C3a (Doubled 882) (181) I-2 R-4'''<br />
'''Obverse III2 23-''' Doubled 882. First 8 doubled at right inside of upper loop. Second 8 doubled at left outside of both loops. 2 doubled at left outside and right inside of upper loop.<br />
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''' (Revised)Obverse III2 23-''' Doubled 882 with left 8 at right inside of upper loop, right 8 doubled at left outside of both loops with raised dot on left side of lower loop and 2 at left outside and right inside of upper loop.<br />
  
 
'''Comments:''' <br />
 
'''Comments:''' <br />
'''1.'''  Note the odd lump on the lower left surface of the 2nd 8. The mintmark is an evil mimic of an O/S variety. Most likely an unrecognized O/O reverse with minor doubling in a few wreath leaves and the reverse lettering.<br />
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'''1.'''  The mintmark is an evil mimic of an O/S variety. Most likely an unrecognized O/O reverse with minor doubling in a few wreath leaves and the reverse lettering.<br />
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'''Threads:'''[http://www.vamworld.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2263 Discovery thread and revision letter from LVA]'''<br />
  
'''Threads:''' <br />
 
 
= LVA Plate Photos: =
 
= LVA Plate Photos: =
 
[[image:1882-O_VAM-32_Dbld_882.jpg]]----<br />
 
[[image:1882-O_VAM-32_Dbld_882.jpg]]----<br />

Revision as of 15:56, 8 August 2019

1882-O VAM-32 Doubled 882

Discovered by Martin Field, January 1981. Revised 2019.
32 III2 23 - C3a (Doubled 882) (181) I-2 R-4
(Revised)Obverse III2 23- Doubled 882 with left 8 at right inside of upper loop, right 8 doubled at left outside of both loops with raised dot on left side of lower loop and 2 at left outside and right inside of upper loop.

Comments:
1. The mintmark is an evil mimic of an O/S variety. Most likely an unrecognized O/O reverse with minor doubling in a few wreath leaves and the reverse lettering.

Threads:Discovery thread and revision letter from LVA

LVA Plate Photos:

1882-O VAM-32 Dbld 882.jpg----

Additional Photos:

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