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(1921-P VAM-24 Tripled E PLURIBUS, Scribbling Die Scratches #168 of Die 2)
(1921-P VAM-24 Tripled E PLURIBUS, Scribbling Die Scratches #168 of Die 2)
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'''24 IV 18 · D2a (Tripled E PLURIBUS, Scribbling Die Scratches #168 of Die 2) (189) I-3 R-5'''<br />
 
'''24 IV 18 · D2a (Tripled E PLURIBUS, Scribbling Die Scratches #168 of Die 2) (189) I-3 R-5'''<br />
 
'''Obverse IV 18–''' 4-7 left stars, hair above forehead and E PLURIBUS bottom inside of letters slightly tripled towards rim.<br />
 
'''Obverse IV 18–''' 4-7 left stars, hair above forehead and E PLURIBUS bottom inside of letters slightly tripled towards rim.<br />
''Die 2 Die marker -'' Die polishing lines in TY of LIBERTY. <br />
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''Die 2 Die marker -'' Die polishing lines in TY of LIBERTY. Occurs with 24B.<br />
  
 
'''Reverse D2a -''' Fine die scratches in various directions on over polished tail feathers around eagle's left wing and body and in middle of eagle's left wing.<br />
 
'''Reverse D2a -''' Fine die scratches in various directions on over polished tail feathers around eagle's left wing and body and in middle of eagle's left wing.<br />

Revision as of 21:19, 14 June 2019

1921-P VAM-24 Tripled E PLURIBUS, Scribbling Die Scratches #168 of Die 2

Discovered by Calvin Cherry, October 2001. Revised 2019.
24 IV 18 · D2a (Tripled E PLURIBUS, Scribbling Die Scratches #168 of Die 2) (189) I-3 R-5
Obverse IV 18– 4-7 left stars, hair above forehead and E PLURIBUS bottom inside of letters slightly tripled towards rim.
Die 2 Die marker - Die polishing lines in TY of LIBERTY. Occurs with 24B.

Reverse D2a - Fine die scratches in various directions on over polished tail feathers around eagle's left wing and body and in middle of eagle's left wing.
Die marker - Vertical polishing lines below arrow heads.
Comments:
3-14-10: Late die state of VAM-24 found to have rust pitted star before 1921-P VAM-24A breaks have formed. The rust pitting on the star occurred before the pitting in the "G" of "God", and examples can be found showing the former pitting but not the latter. Reverses are the same throughout, per consistent scribbles.

LVA Plate Photos

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1921vam24scribbles.jpg
Wc1921vam24arrow.jpg
PCGS MS62
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