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(1883-O VAM-36A Doubled 18-3, Partial E on Reverse, Clashed Obverse DO)
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Discovered by Bill Fivaz, May 1974.<br />
 
Discovered by Bill Fivaz, May 1974.<br />
 
This is a [[Hot 50 Morgan VAMs|Hot 50]] and a [[Elite Clashed Morgan Dollars|Elite Clashed Morgan Dollar]]<br />
 
This is a [[Hot 50 Morgan VAMs|Hot 50]] and a [[Elite Clashed Morgan Dollars|Elite Clashed Morgan Dollar]]<br />
'''36A'''(revised) '''III2 19 · C3a (Doubled 18-3, Partial E on Reverse, Clashed Obverse DO) (181) I-4 R-6'''<br />
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'''36A'''(revised) '''III2 19 · C3a (Doubled 18-3, Partial E on Reverse, Clashed Obverse DO) (181) I-4 R-6(R-3???)'''<br />
 
'''Obverse III2 19–''' Clashed die with partial incuse top corner of D showing below I of PLURIBUS and slightly doubled curved line of O at right side of right wheat grain stalk of DOLLAR from reverse.<br />
 
'''Obverse III2 19–''' Clashed die with partial incuse top corner of D showing below I of PLURIBUS and slightly doubled curved line of O at right side of right wheat grain stalk of DOLLAR from reverse.<br />
 
'''Reverse C3a–''' Clashed die with partial raised E from obverse LIBERTY showing below eagle’s tail feathers on left side. Vertical bar and middle serif of E shows. Same die as [[1883-O VAM-22A|1883-O VAM-22A]].<br />
 
'''Reverse C3a–''' Clashed die with partial raised E from obverse LIBERTY showing below eagle’s tail feathers on left side. Vertical bar and middle serif of E shows. Same die as [[1883-O VAM-22A|1883-O VAM-22A]].<br />
  
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
1. The early die state of this VAM can be identified by the clashing above the cap on the obverse, the pitted inside of the ear, and the E clash on the reverse. The EDS differs from the MDS 36A in that the EDS has a more prominent E clash, and also there is no additional clashing on the obverse aside from the clashing above the cap. Also, the reverse of the EDS V36A shows polish lines in the fields especially above the eagle's wings and around head. The bridge crack above the mint mark is not present on earlier die states. A very faint back of cap clash can be found at the tip of the right wreath on the reverse, but all other clashing was effectively polished away (except for E and wheat clashes near mint mark).<br />
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'''1.''' The early die state of this VAM can be identified by the clashing above the cap on the obverse, the pitted inside of the ear, and the E clash on the reverse. The EDS differs from the MDS 36A in that the EDS has a more prominent E clash, and also there is no additional clashing on the obverse aside from the clashing above the cap. Also, the reverse of the EDS V36A shows polish lines in the fields especially above the eagle's wings and around head. The bridge crack above the mint mark is not present on earlier die states. A very faint back of cap clash can be found at the tip of the right wreath on the reverse, but all other clashing was effectively polished away (except for E and wheat clashes near mint mark).<br />
2. Die Progression Analysis Links: - [ [[file:VAMview_12.pdf|1883 0 VAM 36A Die Progression Analysis.pdf]] ] [ [[rmglae2_1883O_EDBCOMPS|1883-O VAM-36A Die State Comparisons]] ]<br />
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'''2.''' Die Progression Analysis Links: - [ [[file:VAMview_12.pdf|1883 0 VAM 36A Die Progression Analysis.pdf]] ] [ [[rmglae2_1883O_EDBCOMPS|1883-O VAM-36A Die State Comparisons]] ]<br />
  
 
'''Threads:'''<br />
 
'''Threads:'''<br />
1. '''[ [[http://www.vamworld.wikispaces.com/share/view/69705442 Early Die State]] ] [ [[http://www.vamworld.com/share/view/70865550 Denticle Indentations]] ]'''<br />
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'''1.''' [http://www.vamworld.wikispaces.com/share/view/69705442 Early Die State] <br />
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'''2.''' [http://www.vamworld.com/share/view/70865550 Denticle Indentations]<br />
  
= LVA Plate Photos =
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= LVA Plate Photos: =
[[image:1883 O VAM 36A Dash Under 8.jpg |330px ]][[image:1883 O VAM 36A Clashed D & O.jpg |330px ]]
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[[image:1883 O VAM 36A Dash Under 8.jpg |340px ]] [[image:1883 O VAM 36A Clashed D & O.jpg |340px ]]
[[image:1883 O VAM 36A Die Chips Ear.jpg |330px ]]<br />
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[[image:1883 O VAM 36A Die Chips Ear.jpg |340px ]]<br />
  
= Additional Photos =
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= Additional Photos: =
 
[[image:RRH_031718_Obv_detail_of_chip_on_top_of_1.jpg |818px ]]<br />
 
[[image:RRH_031718_Obv_detail_of_chip_on_top_of_1.jpg |818px ]]<br />
 
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<gallery mode="packed" widths=275px heights=275px perrow=3>
[[image:RRH_031818_Obv_Dash_Under_Second_8_a.jpg]]<br />
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image:RRH_031818_Obv_Dash_Under_Second_8_a.jpg|frame|Dash under second 8 in date.
 
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image:RRH_031818_Obv_Inner_Ear_Detail.jpg|frame|Die chips.
[[image:RRH_031818_Obv_Inner_Ear_Detail.jpg]]<br />
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image:1883O_36A_DO_1.JPG|frame|Clashed DO from DOLLAR.
 
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image:1883O_36A_E_1.JPG|frame|Clashed partial E from LIBERTY under eagle's tail feathers.
Clashed DO from DOLLAR.<br />
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image:83-O_VAM_36A_Rev.jpg|frame|Mint Mark with bridge crack.
[[image:1883O_36A_DO_1.JPG]]<br />
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</gallery>
 
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<u>'''Early Die state below:'''</u><br />
Clashed partial E from LIBERTY under eagle's tail feathers.<br />
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<gallery mode="packed" widths=300px heights=300px perrow=2>
[[image:1883O_36A_E_1.JPG]]<br />
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image:NLM-1883O-V36Aeds-111913-1.JPG|frame|Mint mark with no bridge crack above it, and the E.
 
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image:NLM-1883O-V36Aeds-111913-4.JPG|frame|Wreath clash at the cap:
[[image:83-O_VAM_36A_Rev.jpg |800px ]]<br />
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</gallery>
'''Early Die state below:'''<br />
 
Mint mark with no bridge crack above it, and the E.<br />
 
[[image:NLM-1883O-V36Aeds-111913-1.JPG |800px ]] <br />
 
Wreath clash at the cap:<br />
 
[[image:NLM-1883O-V36Aeds-111913-4.JPG |800px ]]<br />
 
  
 
= Full Coin Photos =
 
= Full Coin Photos =

Latest revision as of 12:41, 6 October 2019

1883-O VAM-36A Doubled 18-3, Partial E on Reverse, Clashed Obverse DO

Discovered by Bill Fivaz, May 1974.
This is a Hot 50 and a Elite Clashed Morgan Dollar
36A(revised) III2 19 · C3a (Doubled 18-3, Partial E on Reverse, Clashed Obverse DO) (181) I-4 R-6(R-3???)
Obverse III2 19– Clashed die with partial incuse top corner of D showing below I of PLURIBUS and slightly doubled curved line of O at right side of right wheat grain stalk of DOLLAR from reverse.
Reverse C3a– Clashed die with partial raised E from obverse LIBERTY showing below eagle’s tail feathers on left side. Vertical bar and middle serif of E shows. Same die as 1883-O VAM-22A.

Comments:
1. The early die state of this VAM can be identified by the clashing above the cap on the obverse, the pitted inside of the ear, and the E clash on the reverse. The EDS differs from the MDS 36A in that the EDS has a more prominent E clash, and also there is no additional clashing on the obverse aside from the clashing above the cap. Also, the reverse of the EDS V36A shows polish lines in the fields especially above the eagle's wings and around head. The bridge crack above the mint mark is not present on earlier die states. A very faint back of cap clash can be found at the tip of the right wreath on the reverse, but all other clashing was effectively polished away (except for E and wheat clashes near mint mark).
2. Die Progression Analysis Links: - [ 1883 0 VAM 36A Die Progression Analysis.pdf ] [ 1883-O VAM-36A Die State Comparisons ]

Threads:
1. Early Die State
2. Denticle Indentations

LVA Plate Photos:

1883 O VAM 36A Dash Under 8.jpg 1883 O VAM 36A Clashed D & O.jpg 1883 O VAM 36A Die Chips Ear.jpg

Additional Photos:

RRH 031718 Obv detail of chip on top of 1.jpg

Early Die state below:

Full Coin Photos

Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-36A Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY John Roberts at ANACSANACS LOGO3.jpg

1883-O VAM-36A, PCGS MS61(2nd Gen.Holder)UnAttributed, Sept.29,2013.
As of 10/2013 user:kt404u
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