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Small 12 eye.jpg|Eye.
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Small 12 ear.jpg|Ear.
 
1921_VAM_12_Photo_1.jpg|Triple stars.
 
1921_VAM_12_Photo_1.jpg|Triple stars.
 
1921_VAM_12_Photo_2.jpg|Triple stars.
 
1921_VAM_12_Photo_2.jpg|Triple stars.
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Small 12 left wing-hi.jpg|Left wing - high.
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Small 12 left wing-lo.jpg|Left wing - low.
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Small 12 right wing.jpg|Right wing.
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Small 12 berry lines.jpg|Berry lines.
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Small 12 scribbles.jpg|Scribbles
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Small 12 scribbles 2.jpg|Scribbles 2.
 
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Latest revision as of 09:18, 28 May 2020

1921-P VAM-12 Tripled Stars

Discovered by Martin Field, October 1980.
12 IV 7 · D1a (Tripled Stars) (189) I-2 R-3
Obverse IV 7 – All stars on right and 4 to 7 stars on left are tripled towards rim with first three left stars slightly doubled

Reverse D1a - Horizontal polishing lines in all tail feathers.

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