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Discovered February 2014 by C. Logan McKechnie<br />
 
Discovered February 2014 by C. Logan McKechnie<br />
 
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'''1CP IV 1 * D2a (Clashed I _ u) (189) R-2 R-5'''<br />
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'''1CP IV 1 * D2a (Clashed I & u) (189) R-2 R-5'''<br />
 
'''Obverse IV1 –''' Clashed die with faint incuse curve of I from In on reverse showing next to Liberty head neck and partial incuse u of Trust from reverse showing in right hair vee of lower hair edge.<br />
 
'''Obverse IV1 –''' Clashed die with faint incuse curve of I from In on reverse showing next to Liberty head neck and partial incuse u of Trust from reverse showing in right hair vee of lower hair edge.<br />
 
''Die marker –'' Single diagonal polishing line in cap fold gap.<br />
 
''Die marker –'' Single diagonal polishing line in cap fold gap.<br />

Revision as of 17:08, 10 August 2018

1921-S VAM-1CP

Discovered February 2014 by C. Logan McKechnie

1CP IV 1 * D2a (Clashed I & u) (189) R-2 R-5
Obverse IV1 – Clashed die with faint incuse curve of I from In on reverse showing next to Liberty head neck and partial incuse u of Trust from reverse showing in right hair vee of lower hair edge.
Die marker – Single diagonal polishing line in cap fold gap.
Reverse D2a – Clashed die with faint acorn of designer’s initial lower space showing above o in God.

Comments:
1- possible duplicate of 1921-S VAM-1CE and maybe linked to the v29 series

Threads:

LVA Plate Photos

Additional Photos

The low-setting faint incuse curve of an I on the obverse:
1921-S VAM 1CP Photo 1.jpg

The partial incuse u of Trust showing in the right hair vee of the lower hair edge:
1921-S VAM 1CP Photo 2.jpg

The major confirming pick-up-point is the single diagonal polishing line in the cap fold gap and within the cap fold is another single line:
1921-S VAM 1CP Photo 3.jpg

The faint acorn of the designer's initial shows better on the actual coin that in the photograph:
1921-S VAM 1CP Photo 4.jpg

The mintmark placement on the VAM 1CP:
1921-S VAM 1CP Photo 5.jpg

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