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=1885-O VAM-12 Dash Under 8, Thread Impression Upper Lip Left=  
 
=1885-O VAM-12 Dash Under 8, Thread Impression Upper Lip Left=  
Discovered by Janis Curiskis, September 1977. "Rediscovered" / Revised April 2011, Brent Fogelberg<br />
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Discovered by Janis Curiskis, September 1977. "Rediscovered" / Revised April 2011, Brent Fogelberg, Revised 2020 Tom Weth <br />
'''12 III2 21 - C3d Dash Under 8, Thread Impression Upper Lip (181) I-2 R-5'''<br />
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'''12 III2 24 - C3a Dash Under 8, Thread Impression Upper Lip (181) I-2 R-5'''<br />
'''Obverse III2 21 -''' <br />
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'''Obverse III2 24 -''' Faint two segments of dash under right 8. Curve thread-like die impression on Liberty head upper lip with ends curving down into mouth. <br />
 
''Die Marker'' - Vertical die scratch in front of eye.<br />
 
''Die Marker'' - Vertical die scratch in front of eye.<br />
'''Reverse C3d -''' III O mint mark re-punched with original showing as a vertical bar on left side of loop opening.<br />
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'' Die Marker -'' Polishing lines in eagle's wing - neck gap.<br />
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'''Reverse C3a -''' <br />
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'' Die Marker -'' Polishing lines in eagle's wing - neck gap. Formerly listed O/O Left determined to be machine doubling on EDS. III O mint mark set slightly left, but within normal tolerance. <br />
  
 
'''Comments:''' <br />
 
'''Comments:''' <br />
'''1.''' Note from LVA 13 Nov 09, " VAM-12 O/O Left is also likely machine doubling. *Note from LVA, April,16,2011* "85-O raw - VAM 12 ''revised''. Yes, looks like bar in left side of O m/m opening of VAM 12 pictured in VAM book. Had been wondering if it was machine doubling but don't see any evidence of it on other letters or devices. So looks like re-punched O m/m & I've identified some die markers. '''Nice''' DMPL!"<br />
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1. Note from LVA 13 Nov 09, " VAM-12 O/O Left is also likely machine doubling. *Note from LVA, April,16,2011* "85-O raw - VAM 12 ''revised''. Yes, looks like bar in left side of O m/m opening of VAM 12 pictured in VAM book. Had been wondering if it was machine doubling but don't see any evidence of it on other letters or devices. So looks like re-punched O m/m & I've identified some die markers. '''Nice''' DMPL!"<br />
 
2. As noted above, available in PL/DMPL.<br />
 
2. As noted above, available in PL/DMPL.<br />
  
'''Threads:''' <br /<
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'''Threads:''' <br />
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# [http://www.vamworld.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4464 2020 Revision letter] <br />
  
 
= LVA Plate Photos: =
 
= LVA Plate Photos: =
 
[[image:Scan_Pic0030.jpg |300px]] [[image:Scan_Pic0028.jpg |300px]] [[image:Scan_Pic0029.jpg |300px]]<br />
 
[[image:Scan_Pic0030.jpg |300px]] [[image:Scan_Pic0028.jpg |300px]] [[image:Scan_Pic0029.jpg |300px]]<br />
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== Former VAM-35 Plate Photos: ==
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<gallery mode="packed" widths=285px heights=285px perrow=4>
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1885-O VAM-35 LVA lplate photo 1.jpg
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1885-O VAM-35 LVA lplate photo 2.jpg
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1885-O VAM-35 LVA lplate photo 3.jpg
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1885-O VAM-35 LVA lplate photo 4.jpg
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1885-O VAM-35 LVA lplate photo 5.jpg
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</gallery >
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= Additional Photos: =
 
= Additional Photos: =
 
= Full Coin Photos =
 
= Full Coin Photos =
 
[[1885-O VAM-12#TOP|Top]]<br />
 
[[1885-O VAM-12#TOP|Top]]<br />

Latest revision as of 12:52, 25 October 2020

1885-O VAM-12 Dash Under 8, Thread Impression Upper Lip Left

Discovered by Janis Curiskis, September 1977. "Rediscovered" / Revised April 2011, Brent Fogelberg, Revised 2020 Tom Weth
12 III2 24 - C3a Dash Under 8, Thread Impression Upper Lip (181) I-2 R-5
Obverse III2 24 - Faint two segments of dash under right 8. Curve thread-like die impression on Liberty head upper lip with ends curving down into mouth.
Die Marker - Vertical die scratch in front of eye.

Reverse C3a -
Die Marker - Polishing lines in eagle's wing - neck gap. Formerly listed O/O Left determined to be machine doubling on EDS. III O mint mark set slightly left, but within normal tolerance.

Comments:
1. Note from LVA 13 Nov 09, " VAM-12 O/O Left is also likely machine doubling. *Note from LVA, April,16,2011* "85-O raw - VAM 12 revised. Yes, looks like bar in left side of O m/m opening of VAM 12 pictured in VAM book. Had been wondering if it was machine doubling but don't see any evidence of it on other letters or devices. So looks like re-punched O m/m & I've identified some die markers. Nice DMPL!"
2. As noted above, available in PL/DMPL.

Threads:

  1. 2020 Revision letter

LVA Plate Photos:

Scan Pic0030.jpg Scan Pic0028.jpg Scan Pic0029.jpg

Former VAM-35 Plate Photos:

Additional Photos:

Full Coin Photos

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