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=1889-P VAM-23D High 9, Die Chips Stars & Neck=  
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=1889-P VAM-23B High 9, Die Chips Stars & Neck=  
Discovered as VAM 7A by Brent Fogelberg, May 2000. Redesignated VAM 23D, 2019.<br />
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Discovered as VAM 7A by Brent Fogelberg, May 2000. Redesignated VAM 23B, 2020.<br />
'''23D'''(revised) '''III2 21 · C3a (High 9, Die Chips Stars & Neck) (190) I-3 R-6'''<br />
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'''23B'''(revised) '''III2 21 · C3a (Slanted Date, Worn Polished Obverse Die) (190) I-2 R-5'''<br />
'''Obverse III2 21–''' Heavy die wear in fields with die chips at inside of stars and strong diagonal die clash line at jaw-neck junction. Latest die state also has small die chip at point of neck. Clashed n at neck of [[1889-P VAM-23C|VAM 23C]] has been erased by die wear. Some additional die polishing at lower Liberty head. (Formerly VAM 7A)<br />
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'''Obverse III2 21 –''' Heavy die polishing removing die clash marks at neck, lower right hair vee, lips and cap back at ribbon and some roughness in fields.  Roughness quickly reappears and new light die clash diagonal line appears at jaw-neck junction with die chip at neck point. Die retired shortly thereafter. Same die marker as VAM 23.<br />
'''Reverse C3a–''' Clashed die replaced with normal die without die clash marks.<br />
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'''Reverse C3a –''' Die not changed since no die clash marks appeared, except for very faint vertical line at n of In. Die fields relatively smooth with little wear.  Die then re-used with VAM 7 III2 7 obverse. ''Die marker'' - Same die marker as VAM 23.<br />
  
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
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# Heavy clashed obverse die [of [[1889-P VAM-23A|VAM 23A]]] was severely polished to remove these strong die clash marks resulting in VAM 23B. (LVA 9/2020)
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# Reverse die is retained [from VAM 23A] with little wear and is not polished. (LVA 9/2020)
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'''Threads:'''<br />
 
'''Threads:'''<br />
# http://www.vamworld.com/message/view/home/11088783<br />
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# [http://www.vamworld.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4395 New Take on 1889 VAM 23A]<br />
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= LVA Plate Photos =
 
= LVA Plate Photos =
[[image:1889PVam7Astars.jpg]]<br />
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</gallery>
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= Additional Photos =
 
= Additional Photos =
 
[[image:1889-PV7A-JA-COPYCOMP4.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1889-PV7A-JA-COPYCOMP4.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1889-V7A-MITZYDOG-2COMP-LDS.jpg |792px ]]<br />
 
[[image:1889-V7A-MITZYDOG-2COMP-LDS.jpg |792px ]]<br />
= Full Coin Photos =
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= Full Coin Photos =
Large Full Coin Photo Copyrighted© Mitch Hill of VAM-7A LDS Attributed by Leroy Van Allen, 2013<br />
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Full Coin VAM 23B (EDS) images courtesy of Andrew Wojtowich (andywoj00).  Attributed by John Roberts<br />
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<gallery mode="slideshow">
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89PV23B_AW082317_Obv_LFCP.jpg|Early Die Stage
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89PV23B_AW082317_Rev_LFCP.jpg|Early Die Stage
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'''EDS of Severe clashing even, attributed by LVA in September of 2020''' <br ?>
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Large Full Coin #2 Photo PacificWR of VAM-23B <br />
 
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89-P-V7A-OBV-DSC_0146.jpg
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1889-P VAM-23D Obverse 2.jpg|'''1889-P VAM-23B MS-64 Obverse'''
89-P-V7A-REV-DSC_0146.jpg
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1889-P VAM-23D Reverse 2.jpg|'''1889-P VAM-23B MS-64 Reverse'''
 
</gallery>
 
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Large Full Coin #2 Photo PacificWR of VAM-23D <br />
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Full Coin VAM 23B photo © Mitch Hill, used with permission. Attributed by Leroy Van Allen as VAM 7A, 2013.<br />
 
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<gallery mode="slideshow">
1889-P VAM-23D Obverse 2.jpg|'''1889-P VAM-23D MS-64 Obverse'''
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89-P-V7A-OBV-DSC_0146.jpg|LDS
1889-P VAM-23D Reverse 2.jpg|'''1889-P VAM-23D MS-64 Reverse'''
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89-P-V7A-REV-DSC_0146.jpg|LDS
 
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[[1889-P VAM-7A#TOP|Top]]<br />
 
[[1889-P VAM-7A#TOP|Top]]<br />

Revision as of 09:09, 10 October 2020

1889-P VAM-23B High 9, Die Chips Stars & Neck

Discovered as VAM 7A by Brent Fogelberg, May 2000. Redesignated VAM 23B, 2020.
23B(revised) III2 21 · C3a (Slanted Date, Worn Polished Obverse Die) (190) I-2 R-5
Obverse III2 21 – Heavy die polishing removing die clash marks at neck, lower right hair vee, lips and cap back at ribbon and some roughness in fields. Roughness quickly reappears and new light die clash diagonal line appears at jaw-neck junction with die chip at neck point. Die retired shortly thereafter. Same die marker as VAM 23.
Reverse C3a – Die not changed since no die clash marks appeared, except for very faint vertical line at n of In. Die fields relatively smooth with little wear. Die then re-used with VAM 7 III2 7 obverse. Die marker - Same die marker as VAM 23.

Comments:

  1. Heavy clashed obverse die [of VAM 23A] was severely polished to remove these strong die clash marks resulting in VAM 23B. (LVA 9/2020)
  2. Reverse die is retained [from VAM 23A] with little wear and is not polished. (LVA 9/2020)


Threads:

  1. New Take on 1889 VAM 23A

LVA Plate Photos

Additional Photos

1889-PV7A-JA-COPYCOMP4.jpg
1889-V7A-MITZYDOG-2COMP-LDS.jpg

Full Coin Photos

Full Coin VAM 23B (EDS) images courtesy of Andrew Wojtowich (andywoj00). Attributed by John Roberts

EDS of Severe clashing even, attributed by LVA in September of 2020
Large Full Coin #2 Photo PacificWR of VAM-23B

Full Coin VAM 23B photo © Mitch Hill, used with permission. Attributed by Leroy Van Allen as VAM 7A, 2013.

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