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'''7B III2 7 • C3a''' '''(High 9, Slightly Doubled Ear, Clashed Obverse n) (190) I-2 R-6'''<br />
 
'''7B III2 7 • C3a''' '''(High 9, Slightly Doubled Ear, Clashed Obverse n) (190) I-2 R-6'''<br />
 
'''Obverse III2 7 –''' Later die state than VAM 7A.  Clashed die with partial incuse n of In from reverse showing faintly next to Liberty head neck. Die clash marks showing at Liberty head lips and cap back at ribbon of normal hardened die. Later die state has partial clashed n worn away.<br />
 
'''Obverse III2 7 –''' Later die state than VAM 7A.  Clashed die with partial incuse n of In from reverse showing faintly next to Liberty head neck. Die clash marks showing at Liberty head lips and cap back at ribbon of normal hardened die. Later die state has partial clashed n worn away.<br />
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''Die marker - '' Die polishing lines below cap bottom edge. <br />
  
 
'''Reverse C3a -''' Normal die clash marks on reverse at In G and left and left and right wreath tops that didn't show for VAM 23A strong obverse die clash episode.  Same reverse die as for VAM 23 series but later die state after VAM 23 obverse die deteriorated prematurely due to faulty die hardening and was retired.  Later die state has doubled vertical clash lines at IN-G polished away.<br />
 
'''Reverse C3a -''' Normal die clash marks on reverse at In G and left and left and right wreath tops that didn't show for VAM 23A strong obverse die clash episode.  Same reverse die as for VAM 23 series but later die state after VAM 23 obverse die deteriorated prematurely due to faulty die hardening and was retired.  Later die state has doubled vertical clash lines at IN-G polished away.<br />
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'''Threads:'''<br />
 
'''Threads:'''<br />
 
# [http://www.vamworld.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4395 New Take on 1889 VAM 23A]
 
# [http://www.vamworld.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4395 New Take on 1889 VAM 23A]
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# [http://www.vamworld.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=4496 October 2020 revision]
  
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== MDS 1889-P VAM-7B ==
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Thumb rmg 1889P 092220b.jpg|'''Date position'''
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Thumb rmg 1889P 092220g.jpg|'''Clash N'''
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Thumb rmg 1889P 092220j.jpg|'''Lip Clash'''
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Thumb rmg 1889P 092220o.jpg|'''Back of cap clash'''
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Revision as of 22:06, 29 October 2020

1889-P VAM-7B High 9, Slightly Doubled Ear, Clashed Obverse n

Revised September 2020. October 2020 Ron Gapa.
7B III2 7 • C3a (High 9, Slightly Doubled Ear, Clashed Obverse n) (190) I-2 R-6
Obverse III2 7 – Later die state than VAM 7A. Clashed die with partial incuse n of In from reverse showing faintly next to Liberty head neck. Die clash marks showing at Liberty head lips and cap back at ribbon of normal hardened die. Later die state has partial clashed n worn away.
Die marker - Die polishing lines below cap bottom edge.

Reverse C3a - Normal die clash marks on reverse at In G and left and left and right wreath tops that didn't show for VAM 23A strong obverse die clash episode. Same reverse die as for VAM 23 series but later die state after VAM 23 obverse die deteriorated prematurely due to faulty die hardening and was retired. Later die state has doubled vertical clash lines at IN-G polished away.

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Threads:

  1. New Take on 1889 VAM 23A
  2. October 2020 revision

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