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1. You should see the chip in the `E` of LIBERTY, as plated for [[1882-P VAM-26]]. The EDS VAM 28 (full coin below) is an extremely elusive variety, 3 are known in this state (as of Jan. 2013).  The early state that exhibits the 5 distinct gouges has proven to be quite rare.  The Mid/late states (Former VAM 1A or "Dot 2") of this variety are far easier to locate.  <br />
 
1. You should see the chip in the `E` of LIBERTY, as plated for [[1882-P VAM-26]]. The EDS VAM 28 (full coin below) is an extremely elusive variety, 3 are known in this state (as of Jan. 2013).  The early state that exhibits the 5 distinct gouges has proven to be quite rare.  The Mid/late states (Former VAM 1A or "Dot 2") of this variety are far easier to locate.  <br />
 
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2. As of late 2020, the EDS is still fairly elusive and could still be thought of as rare. It is not prohibitively rare however.  <br />
 
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Latest revision as of 10:07, 21 October 2020

1882-P VAM-28 Dot 2, Possible 8 in Denticles, Gouges 1-2 Left Stars

Discovery 2011; Revised 2017
28 (revised) III2 27-C3a (Dot 2, Possible 8 in Denticles, Gouges 1-2 Left Stars) (179) I-3 R-6
Obverse III2 27 - Small raised dot on 2 surface in middle of the bottom crossbar. Possible top of 8 showing in denticle space between 8's as sharply curved bar. Five sharp top raised curved gouges at denticles 1 & 2 left stars. Ear slightly doubled at right inside on LDS.
Die marker -' Tiny die chip at top of E in LIBERTY.

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1. You should see the chip in the `E` of LIBERTY, as plated for 1882-P VAM-26. The EDS VAM 28 (full coin below) is an extremely elusive variety, 3 are known in this state (as of Jan. 2013). The early state that exhibits the 5 distinct gouges has proven to be quite rare. The Mid/late states (Former VAM 1A or "Dot 2") of this variety are far easier to locate.
2. As of late 2020, the EDS is still fairly elusive and could still be thought of as rare. It is not prohibitively rare however.
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Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-28 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY ANACS ANACS LOGO3.jpg

Note the reverse on this EDS example.

* NGC coin listed on eBay 9/2014 (NAOH)
MDS/LDS examples
1 AU Details coin also exists AOH from ANACS
5/2016
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