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Discovered by John Roberts, January 2003.<br />
 
Discovered by John Roberts, January 2003.<br />
 
This coin is a [[Elite Clashed Morgan Dollars|Super CD]] Morgan Vam.<br />
 
This coin is a [[Elite Clashed Morgan Dollars|Super CD]] Morgan Vam.<br />
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'''28A III21 · C4j (Doubled Reverse Legend, Clashed Obverse G) (181) I-3 R-5'''<br />
 
'''28A III21 · C4j (Doubled Reverse Legend, Clashed Obverse G) (181) I-3 R-5'''<br />
 
'''Obverse III21–''' Clashed die with partial G of God of reverse at front of neck. Rotated reverse of 10° CCW caused clash die marks shift. Same die as VAM 2A.<br />
 
'''Obverse III21–''' Clashed die with partial G of God of reverse at front of neck. Rotated reverse of 10° CCW caused clash die marks shift. Same die as VAM 2A.<br />
'''Reverse C4j–''' Later die states show polished die. ''Die marker:'' Horizontal die polishing line below LA.<br />
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'''Reverse C4j–''' Later die states show polished die. <br />
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''Die marker:'' Horizontal die polishing line below LA.<br />
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'''Comments:'''<br />
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
'''1-''' Nicknamed the "Trigger" for the two curved lines in front of Miss Liberty's neck that look like they were made for a finger to squeeze. They are the remains of the strongest clashed "G" that can be found in the Morgan Dollar series. Other varieties have more of the "G" showing, but none have the depth of detail of the 28A. This VAM is the first of the clashed "G" type varieties discovered, and is part of the Super CD collection.<br />
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'''1.''' Nicknamed the "Trigger" for the two curved lines in front of Miss Liberty's neck that look like they were made for a finger to squeeze. They are the remains of the strongest clashed "G" that can be found in the Morgan Dollar series. Other varieties have more of the "G" showing, but none have the depth of detail of the 28A. This VAM is the first of the clashed "G" type varieties discovered, and is part of the Super CD collection.<br />
'''2-''' The "G" letter clash was the result of both clashing and clockwise rotation. The clashing occurred in a very early die state, resulting in a very well defined letter transfer. This also means that the 28A is one of the few clashed die varieties that can be found in DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like) condition.<br />
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'''2.''' The "G" letter clash was the result of both clashing and clockwise rotation. The clashing occurred in a very early die state, resulting in a very well defined letter transfer. This also means that the 28A is one of the few clashed die varieties that can be found in DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like) condition.<br />
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== LVA Plate Photos ==
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'''Threads:''' <br />
[[image:1904-O_VAM-28A_Clashed_Die_G.jpg]][[image:1904-O_VAM-28A_Clashed_G.jpg]]<br />
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[[image:1904-O_VAM-28A_Dbld_Rev_Legend_Motto.jpg]]<br />
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= LVA Plate Photos: =
== Additional Photos ==
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[[image:1904-O_VAM-28A_Clashed_Die_G.jpg]] [[image:1904-O_VAM-28A_Clashed_G.jpg]]<br />
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[[image:1904-O VAM-28A Dbld Rev Legend & Motto.jpg]]<br />
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= Additional Photos: =
 
Horizontal Die Polishing Line Below LA<br />
 
Horizontal Die Polishing Line Below LA<br />
[[image:SWH2_1904O_VAM28A_REV_LA.jpg]]<br />
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[[image:SWH2_1904O_VAM28A_neckclash.jpg]]<br />
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image:SWH2_1904O_VAM28A_REV_LA.jpg
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[[image:20120924_1904O_28A_01.JPG]]<br />
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[[image:20120924_1904O_28A_02.JPG]]<br />
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[[image:20120924_1904O_28A_03.JPG]]<br />
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[[image:20120924_1904O_28A_04.JPG]]<br />
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[[image:20120924_1904O_28A_05.JPG]]<br />
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[[image:20120924_1904O_28A_06.JPG]]<br />
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One of only a few clashed dies that can be found in DMPL condition<br />
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</gallery>
[[image:SWH2_1904O_VAM28A_OBVM.jpg |450px]][[image:SWH2_1904O_VAM28A_REVM.jpg |450px]]<br />
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= Full Coin Photos =
== Full Coin Photos ==
 
 
Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-28A Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy '''©'''[[http://www.ha.com/ Heritage Auctions]]'''ATTRIBUTED BY''' '''John Roberts''' at '''ANACS''' [[image:ANACS_LOGO3.jpg]]<br />
 
Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-28A Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy '''©'''[[http://www.ha.com/ Heritage Auctions]]'''ATTRIBUTED BY''' '''John Roberts''' at '''ANACS''' [[image:ANACS_LOGO3.jpg]]<br />
 
John Roberts is the Director of Attribution Services at ANACS, a prolific writer of award winning coin articles and books and we're so happy to have him contribute here in this forum as VAMpicker. This is just one of his many discoveries in the Morgan Dollar series<br />
 
John Roberts is the Director of Attribution Services at ANACS, a prolific writer of award winning coin articles and books and we're so happy to have him contribute here in this forum as VAMpicker. This is just one of his many discoveries in the Morgan Dollar series<br />
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One of only a few clashed dies that can be found in DMPL condition<br />
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[[image:SWH2_1904O_VAM28A_OBVM.jpg |475px]][[image:SWH2_1904O_VAM28A_REVM.jpg |475px]]<br />
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<gallery mode="slideshow">
 
<gallery mode="slideshow">
 
1904-O_RonH_VAM-28A_OBV_BM.jpg
 
1904-O_RonH_VAM-28A_OBV_BM.jpg
 
1904-O_RonH_VAM-28A_REV_BM.jpg
 
1904-O_RonH_VAM-28A_REV_BM.jpg
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
NGC MS65PL, NGC MS65DMPL, PCGS MS64DMPL, PCGS MS64, PCGS MS 64 PL , NGC MS64, NGC MS63, ANACS MS65DMPL<br />
 
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'''Attributed (Only ANACS labels this variety):'''<br />
 
'''Attributed (Only ANACS labels this variety):'''<br />
 
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[[1904-O VAM-28A#TOP|Top]]<br />

Latest revision as of 23:52, 5 March 2019

1904-O VAM-28A Doubled Reverse Legend, Clashed Obverse G

Discovered by John Roberts, January 2003.
This coin is a Super CD Morgan Vam.
28A III21 · C4j (Doubled Reverse Legend, Clashed Obverse G) (181) I-3 R-5
Obverse III21– Clashed die with partial G of God of reverse at front of neck. Rotated reverse of 10° CCW caused clash die marks shift. Same die as VAM 2A.
Reverse C4j– Later die states show polished die.
Die marker: Horizontal die polishing line below LA.

Comments:
1. Nicknamed the "Trigger" for the two curved lines in front of Miss Liberty's neck that look like they were made for a finger to squeeze. They are the remains of the strongest clashed "G" that can be found in the Morgan Dollar series. Other varieties have more of the "G" showing, but none have the depth of detail of the 28A. This VAM is the first of the clashed "G" type varieties discovered, and is part of the Super CD collection.
2. The "G" letter clash was the result of both clashing and clockwise rotation. The clashing occurred in a very early die state, resulting in a very well defined letter transfer. This also means that the 28A is one of the few clashed die varieties that can be found in DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like) condition.

Threads:

LVA Plate Photos:

1904-O VAM-28A Clashed Die G.jpg 1904-O VAM-28A Clashed G.jpg
1904-O VAM-28A Dbld Rev Legend & Motto.jpg

Additional Photos:

Horizontal Die Polishing Line Below LA

Full Coin Photos

Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-28A Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions]ATTRIBUTED BY John Roberts at ANACS ANACS LOGO3.jpg
John Roberts is the Director of Attribution Services at ANACS, a prolific writer of award winning coin articles and books and we're so happy to have him contribute here in this forum as VAMpicker. This is just one of his many discoveries in the Morgan Dollar series

One of only a few clashed dies that can be found in DMPL condition
SWH2 1904O VAM28A OBVM.jpgSWH2 1904O VAM28A REVM.jpg


Attributed (Only ANACS labels this variety):
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