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(1897-P VAM-10 Slightly Doubled 1)
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Discovered by Michael Ash, December 2006.<br />
 
Discovered by Michael Ash, December 2006.<br />
 
'''10 III29 C3a (Slightly Doubled 1) ( ? ) I-2 R-5'''<br />
 
'''10 III29 C3a (Slightly Doubled 1) ( ? ) I-2 R-5'''<br />
'''Obverse III29–''' Slightly doubled lower edge of top crossbar.<br />
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'''Obverse III29–''' Slightly doubled lower edge of top crossbar.''Die marker–'' Two horizontal polishing lines across neck.<br />
''Die marker–'' Two horizontal polishing lines across neck.<br />
 
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
 
'''(1)''' Since VAM numbers are assigned by die classification, and not just by die pairing, multiple die pairings may exist.<br />
 
'''(1)''' Since VAM numbers are assigned by die classification, and not just by die pairing, multiple die pairings may exist.<br />

Latest revision as of 17:04, 27 January 2019

1897-P VAM-10 Slightly Doubled 1

Discovered by Michael Ash, December 2006.
10 III29 C3a (Slightly Doubled 1) ( ? ) I-2 R-5
Obverse III29– Slightly doubled lower edge of top crossbar.Die marker– Two horizontal polishing lines across neck.
Comments:
(1) Since VAM numbers are assigned by die classification, and not just by die pairing, multiple die pairings may exist.
(2) On specimens struck with shallow dates or from LDS dies, the doubling on the 1 is nearly invisible, but the lines on the neck still show.
(3) Reverse displays "Bearded Eagle".
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LVA Plate Photos

1897-P VAM-10 Dbld 1.jpg1897-P VAM-10-Lines on Neck.jpg

Additional Photos

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Full Coin Photos

2 Sets Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-10 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY Ron Hagler

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