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'''Obverse III2 4''' - Dash well below second 8 shifted right.<br />
 
'''Obverse III2 4''' - Dash well below second 8 shifted right.<br />
 
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# EDS specimens have a very Faint dash and difficult to see but it is there, the reverse Gouge in gap of the Eagles right leg confirms<br />
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# EDS specimens have a very Faint dash and difficult to see but it is there, the reverse Gouge in gap of the Eagles right leg confirms this varietyNo die gouge by 7th left star by E of PLURIBUS.<br />
this variety<br />
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If you have gouge, please see [[1885-P VAM-4B|VAM-4B]]If you have Gouge and Clashed, see [[1885-P VAM-4A|VAM-4A]].<br />
# No die gouge by 7th left star by E of PLURIBUS, If you have gouge please see [[1885-P VAM-4B|VAM-4B]], If you have Gouge and Clashed see [[1885-P VAM-4A|VAM-4A]]<br />
 
 
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= LVA Plate Photos =
 
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Latest revision as of 18:55, 9 February 2020

1885-P VAM-4 Low Dash Under 8

Discovered by Felix Rorundo, March 1966.
4 III2 4 - C3a (Low Dash Under 8) (188) I-2 R-3
Obverse III2 4 - Dash well below second 8 shifted right.
Comments:

  1. EDS specimens have a very Faint dash and difficult to see but it is there, the reverse Gouge in gap of the Eagles right leg confirms this variety. No die gouge by 7th left star by E of PLURIBUS.
  2. If you have gouge, please see VAM-4B. If you have Gouge and Clashed, see VAM-4A.

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LVA Plate Photos

Additional Photos

1885-P VAM-4A low dash.jpg

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