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1884-CC VAM-5

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1884-CC VAM-5 Far Date, CC/CC

Discovered by George Mallis, June 1965.
5 III2 5 - C3c (CC/CC) (177) I-2 R-4
Observe III2 5- 18 doubled to left. Date set further right than normal.
Reverse C3c- First C doubled at top inside and bottom left outside. Second C doubled at right inside.

1. The VAM-5 can be spotted by the extensive doubling of the mint mark on the reverse.


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Additional Photos:

The obverse can be attibuted by the date being set farther right than normal and the doubling in the 18 of the date. As you can see in the photo below, the 1 shows horizontal lines doubling to the left in the upper and lower crossbars.
Pictures by MitzyDog

Gouge in field under left wing.
Fairly clear gouges in tail and at left edge of left leg

Full Coin Photos

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