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Lump on 2<br />
 
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ANACS 63 ''Discovery''<br />
 
ANACS 63 ''Discovery''<br />
 
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Latest revision as of 18:47, 1 December 2019

1902-O VAM-52 Tripled Ear Bottom, O Tilted Left

Discovered by Michael Ash, June 2006.
52 III221 · C4j (Tripled Ear Bottom, O Tilted Left) (181) I-2 R-4
Obverse III221– Bottom outside of ear slightly tripled. Base of 2 filled in with date in center of normal lateral position.
Reverse C4j - Mint mark tilted to left at normal height.

Comments:
1. The triples ear lobe starts to disappear in MDS to LDS. It goes from a tripled in EDS, to doubled in MDS, to a single ear lobe in LDS.
2. The photos shown below the VAM Plate are NOT a VAM-52, so do not match your coin up to the photos below and think you have a VAM-52.

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LVA Plate Photos:

1902 O VAM 52 Tripled Ear Bottom.jpg

Additional Photos:

Full Coin Photos

ANACS 63 Discovery
1/2017
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