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Revision as of 18:08, 10 August 2018

1921-D VAM-1L2 Die Break AM, Die Scratches ERI

Discovered by Bill Van Note, November 2006.

1L2 IV 1 · D2a (Die Break AM, Die Scratches ERI) (189) I-3 R-6
Reverse D2a– Late die state shows fine polishing lines thru bottom of ERI and vertical polished bands thru n G of In God. Displaced field break between wing tip and AM.

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LVA Plate Photos

1921 D VAM 1L2 Die Scratches ERI.jpg1921 D VAM 1L2 Polished Bands.jpg

Additional Photos

DJC 1921 DL2 MBreak.jpg
DJC 1921~D Revv.jpg
Below are 2 1L2 specimens with the scratching in ERI.
This LDS specimen exhibits minimal scratching in the ER.
1921~D ERI3.jpg

While this EDS specimen shows the full scratching to be through the ERI & C
DJC 1921 DL2 ERI.jpg
DJC 1921 DL2 RIC.jpg
The EDS coin also exhibits these same groups of scratches in the "polished bands" area, they appear as raised gouges in the pictures below.
DJC 1921~D VAM1L2 gouges.jpg
DJC 1921~D VAM1L2 gouges1.jpg

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