1883-P VAM-2

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1883-P VAM-2 Dash Under 8

Discovered by A. George Mallis, June 1965.
Revised 2013

2 (revised) III2 2 ∙ C3a (Low Dash Under 8) (193) I-2 R-5
Obverse III2 2 – Short dash well below the right 8.
Die marker - Series of horizontal die scratches at top outside of ear and below lower cotton leaf.
Reverse C3a – Normal die

1- There are many VAMS known with the mysterious dash below the second 8. According to Jeff Oxman, the dash is a leftover date alignment mark not completely polished off the die.
2- VAM-2 Obverse is the LDS of the VAM-16 Obverse.
3- VAM-2 Reverse Marker is the cracks by left Lower star and O in ONE, and the crack by Eagles left Wing and A in AMERICA
these are Different the VAM-16

LVA Plate Photos

Weth 1883P V2 LVA123.jpg

Additional Photos


Full Coin Photos

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