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'''Additional Comments:''' Collaboration by: SD Members<br>
'''Additional Comments:''' Collaboration by: SD Members<br>
== LVA Plate Photos ==
== LVA Plate Photos ==
[[image:1886-O_VAM-1A_Multiple_Clashes.jpg]][[image:1886-O_VAM-1A_Single_Clash_BER.jpg]][[image:ARS_1886_O_VAM1A_6.jpg |390px ]]<br>
=More Photos @ http://www.silverdye.us/wiki/Main/NeOr1886V1A2RMG083018=
=More Photos @ http://www.silverdye.us/wiki/Main/NeOr1886V1A2RMG083018=

Revision as of 13:52, 2 July 2020

1886-O VAM-1A1 Multi Clashed E Reverse

Discovered by Russ James December 2014
This coin is a Top 100 and a WOW! Morgan VAM.
1A2 (revised) III21 · C3a (Clashed Obverse t, Clashed Reverse BER) (181) I-4 R-4
Obverse III21 - Clashed die with partial incuse t of Trust from reverse showing in right hair vee of lower hair edge for late clashed dies with seven clashes.
Reverse C3a– Multi Clashed die with full raised E below eagle’s tail feathers on left side and partial B & R next to E from obverse LIBERTY.
Comments: The Multi clashed VAM-1A2 is the "7 clash type" the grade of this coin will determine it would qualify as a V-1A2. While the "T" clash in theory is present with all 7 clashed type, standard prodigal is that the letter transfer is visible. On lower grade coins this clash may be worn away or hidden by circulation. While Leroy tagged this as a discovery, its been around for some time. The double clashed type is most common and the Multi or 7 clashed type seems to fall second in rarity in MS grades. The Single clashed VAM--1A1 is by far rarer in any grade and to date of this discovery only 1 MS example of the single clashed type is known in PCGS plastic.

Additional Comments: Collaboration by: SD Members

LVA Plate Photos

1886-O VAM-1A Clashed E.jpg1886-O VAM-1A Single Clash BER.jpg

More Photos @ http://www.silverdye.us/wiki/Main/NeOr1886V1A2RMG083018

Additional Photos provided by Ron Gapa