1922-P VAM-14

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1922-P VAM-14 Doubled 2's and Back of Eagle’s Neck

Discovered by Herb Zepke, January 1999.
14 II 4 · B2j (Doubled 2's and Back of Eagle’s Neck) I-3 R-3
Obverse II 4– Designer’s initials slightly doubled on top lower edge. Both 2's in date slightly doubled at top inside and lower right outside of top loop, as well as end of upper loop.
Reverse B2j--Back of eagle’s head and neck strongly doubled. Lower edge of forward tail feathers tripled. Leg feathers doubled at bottom. Front right talons slightly doubled on front. Top olive leaves doubled on right side, middle olive leaves and berries doubled to right on the ends.

Comments:
1. Often found with a horizontal crack from the front of Liberty's neck. A truly evil mimic of VAM 17.

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DKC 1922 VAM 14 neck.jpg DKC 1922 VAM 14.jpg

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