1921-P VAM-19A

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1921-P VAM-19A Quadrupled Left Stars, Retained Cud AMERICA

Discovered by Rob Joyce, November 2002. Revised March 2012.
19A(revised) IV 13 · D1a (Quadrupled Left Stars, Retained Cud AMERICA) (189) I-3 R-7
Obverse IV 13 - Fine short trailing die wear lines from the denticles at the left stars and E-P.
Reverse D1a– Die crack thru tops of AMERICA letters with die crack continuing to left up to denticles above left side of M and at right thru tops of ERI up to rim to form retained cud. Slightly earlier die state only has small die break to top middle of M.
1- The full cud shown is now VAM-19B
2- See VAM-88A for very similar Die Trail Lines

LVA Plate Photos

1921P VAM19A REV Trailing Die Wear Lines LVA Plate Photo.jpg

Additional Photos

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Early die state only has small die break to top middle of M. (Lower photos courtesy of Felix Gonzales)
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Here is the next stage in this coin. A second break runs into the denticle next to the first break and has an up-lift with displaced fields.
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Coin diagram shown below is a VAM 19B with full retained rim cud: 21p vam19a obv.gif21p vam19a rev.gif21p vam19a rev ret cud.gif
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