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Latest revision as of 16:39, 19 September 2019

1887-O VAM-23 Quadrupled Stars, Near Date

Discovered by John Baumgart, July 1997.
23 III2 19 · C3a (Quadrupled Stars, Near Date) (181) I-3 R-6
Obverse III2 19– All left stars tripled or quadrupled towards rim and all right stars and E PLURI doubled towards rim. Date set further left than normal.

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1. Slight rim cuds partially filling the spaces between some of the denticles around 7:00 on the obverse, from the left edge of the date to the 2nd left star.
2. A truly evil mimic of VAM 5.

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