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[[image:ben-98date.jpg |frame|left|1898-P VAM3.1]]<br style="clear:both;">
This is an open 9.<br />
[[image:ben-989.jpg |frame|left|1898-P VAM 3.1]]<br style="clear:both;">
The small die breaks are around the eagle's left wing tip and by the "A" and "R" of AMERICA.<br />
[[image:ben-98wing.jpg |frame|left|1898-P VAM 3.1]]<br style="clear:both;">
[[image:ben-98A.jpg |frame|left|1898-P VAM 3.1]]<br style="clear:both;">
[[image:ben-98R.jpg]]<br />
There are several sizeable die scratches around the eagle's legs and tail.<br />
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image:ben-98legs.jpg |frame|1898-P VAM3.1
file:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-1.jpg |frame|
image:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-1.jpg |frame|3.2
file:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-2.jpg |frame|
image:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-2.jpg |frame|3.2
file:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-3.jpg |frame|
image:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-3.jpg |frame|3.2
file:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-4.jpg |frame|
image:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-4.jpg |frame|3.2
file:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-5.jpg |frame|
image:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-5.jpg |frame|3.2
file:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-7.jpg |frame|
image:RBFVW1898-PV3.2-7.jpg |frame|3.2
file:RBFVW1898-PV3.jpg |left|
image:RBFVW1898-PV3.jpg |frame|3.2

Revision as of 12:09, 26 August 2019

1898-P VAM-3 Near Date

Discovered by Leonard Hinckley, February 1974.
3 III2 3 - C3a (Near Date) (190) I-2 R-3
Obverse III2 3 - Date set further left than normal. Open and closed 9's.


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LVA Plate Photos:

Additional Photos:

Full Coin Photos

Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-3 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY Ron Hagler
Die 3.1

This next set of LFCP photos is more akin to the date photos that Logan McKechnie placed on the page back in 2009. It has some interesting features that include the three strong gouges into the field from the top wheat kernel. In all of the messaging concerning the 1898-P VAMs, there is no mention of this feature in any post. This set is from the [Heritage Auctions].
Die 3.2