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=1921-D VAM-1AA2 Die Break 3rd Left Enlarged Star, Gouge E of ONE=  
 
=1921-D VAM-1AA2 Die Break 3rd Left Enlarged Star, Gouge E of ONE=  
 
Discovered by Rob Joyce, December 2001<br />
 
Discovered by Rob Joyce, December 2001<br />
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'''1AA2 ('''revised''') IV 1 D2a (Die Gouge E, Die Break Third Left Enlarged Star) (189) I-2 R-6'''<br />
 
'''1AA2 ('''revised''') IV 1 D2a (Die Gouge E, Die Break Third Left Enlarged Star) (189) I-2 R-6'''<br />
 
'''Obverse IV 1 -''' Late die states show heavy die cracks thru bottom of 1-6 left stars with die break on lower right point of third left star.<br />
 
'''Obverse IV 1 -''' Late die states show heavy die cracks thru bottom of 1-6 left stars with die break on lower right point of third left star.<br />
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'''Comments:''' In the VAM-1AA2, a diagonal die gouge runs from the denticles up through lower left serif of the E in ONE just as in [[1921-D VAM-1AA1|VAM-1AA1]].<br />
 
'''Comments:''' In the VAM-1AA2, a diagonal die gouge runs from the denticles up through lower left serif of the E in ONE just as in [[1921-D VAM-1AA1|VAM-1AA1]].<br />
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This variety has a die break on the third left obverse star that causes the star to be enlarged and misshapen. The bottom point has a blob of metal that doubles its width, making it expand to the point that it is noticeable to the naked eye. The known population of this VAM is small, much like the [[1921-D VAM-1K|VAM-1K]]. The limited number of coins discovered may be because of the rarity or may simply be the size of the break hidden on the edge of the star.<br />
 
This variety has a die break on the third left obverse star that causes the star to be enlarged and misshapen. The bottom point has a blob of metal that doubles its width, making it expand to the point that it is noticeable to the naked eye. The known population of this VAM is small, much like the [[1921-D VAM-1K|VAM-1K]]. The limited number of coins discovered may be because of the rarity or may simply be the size of the break hidden on the edge of the star.<br />
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'''Threads:'''<br />
 
'''Threads:'''<br />
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== LVA Plate Photos ==
 
== LVA Plate Photos ==
 
== Additional Photos ==
 
== Additional Photos ==
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[[image:1921-D_VAM-1AG_Enlarged_Star_Break.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1921-D_VAM-1AG_Enlarged_Star_Break.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1921d_vam1ag_1.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1921d_vam1ag_1.jpg]]<br />
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Scribbles between the Eagle's legs on the VAM-1AA coins:<br />
 
Scribbles between the Eagle's legs on the VAM-1AA coins:<br />
 
[[image:1921d_vam1aa_scrib.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1921d_vam1aa_scrib.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1921d_vam1aa_1.jpg]]<br />
 
[[image:1921d_vam1aa_1.jpg]]<br />
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Below is an early die state VAM1AA2. You will notice the reverse die gouge and the obverse third left star has not yet become enlarged or misshapened in this example. You may also notice some light tripling of the left side obverse stars.<br />
 
Below is an early die state VAM1AA2. You will notice the reverse die gouge and the obverse third left star has not yet become enlarged or misshapened in this example. You may also notice some light tripling of the left side obverse stars.<br />
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[[image:21DVAM1AA2.jpg |387px ]] [[image:21D1AA2TSTARS1.jpg |392px ]]<br />
 
[[image:21DVAM1AA2.jpg |387px ]] [[image:21D1AA2TSTARS1.jpg |392px ]]<br />
 
[[image:21DVAM1AA2TSTARS.jpg |387px ]] [[image:21DVAM1AA2TSTARS2.jpg |391px ]]<br />
 
[[image:21DVAM1AA2TSTARS.jpg |387px ]] [[image:21DVAM1AA2TSTARS2.jpg |391px ]]<br />
 
[[image:21d_obv_1ag.gif]][[image:21d_rev_1ag.gif]]<br />
 
[[image:21d_obv_1ag.gif]][[image:21d_rev_1ag.gif]]<br />
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== Full Coin Photos ==
 
== Full Coin Photos ==
Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-1AA2 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy '''©'''[[http://www.ha.com/ Heritage Auctions]] '''<span style="background-color: #ffffff;">ATTRIBUTED BY John Roberts</span>''' '''at''' '''ANACS'''[[image:ANACS_LOGO3.jpg |link=http://www.anacs.com/Default.aspx]]<br />
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Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-1AA2 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy '''©'''[[http://www.ha.com/ Heritage Auctions]] '''ATTRIBUTED BY John Roberts''' '''at''' '''ANACS'''[[image:ANACS_LOGO3.jpg |link=http://www.anacs.com/Default.aspx]]<br />
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1921-D_RonH_VAM-1N_OBV_03072016.jpg
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1921-D_RonH_VAM-1N_REV_03072016.jpg
 
 
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Latest revision as of 21:46, 15 December 2018

1921-D VAM-1AA2 Die Break 3rd Left Enlarged Star, Gouge E of ONE

Discovered by Rob Joyce, December 2001
1AA2 (revised) IV 1 D2a (Die Gouge E, Die Break Third Left Enlarged Star) (189) I-2 R-6
Obverse IV 1 - Late die states show heavy die cracks thru bottom of 1-6 left stars with die break on lower right point of third left star.
Comments: In the VAM-1AA2, a diagonal die gouge runs from the denticles up through lower left serif of the E in ONE just as in VAM-1AA1.
This variety has a die break on the third left obverse star that causes the star to be enlarged and misshapen. The bottom point has a blob of metal that doubles its width, making it expand to the point that it is noticeable to the naked eye. The known population of this VAM is small, much like the VAM-1K. The limited number of coins discovered may be because of the rarity or may simply be the size of the break hidden on the edge of the star.
Threads:

LVA Plate Photos

Additional Photos

In December 2004, Jack Lee discovered VAM-1AG had the VAM-1AA die gouge on the reverse. VAM-1AA1 is actually an early die state of the old VAM-1AG. VAM-1AA became VAM-1AA1 and VAM-1AG became VAM-1AA2.
1921-D VAM-1AG Enlarged Star Break.jpg
1921d vam1ag 1.jpg
Scribbles between the Eagle's legs on the VAM-1AA coins:
1921d vam1aa scrib.jpg
1921d vam1aa 1.jpg
Below is an early die state VAM1AA2. You will notice the reverse die gouge and the obverse third left star has not yet become enlarged or misshapened in this example. You may also notice some light tripling of the left side obverse stars.
21DVAM1AA2.jpg 21D1AA2TSTARS1.jpg
21DVAM1AA2TSTARS.jpg 21DVAM1AA2TSTARS2.jpg
21d obv 1ag.gif21d rev 1ag.gif

Full Coin Photos

Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-1AA2 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY John Roberts at ANACSANACS LOGO3.jpg

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