1878-P VAM-110

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1878-P VAM-110 Broken N & M

Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, December 1965. Discovered August 2006 by Bill Fivaz
110 II/I 8 · B2a (Broken N & M) (180) I-3 R-4
Obverse II/I 8– Type II LIBERTY with thick letters. Doubled P-U-B on top left, second U on right and S at bottom of fully struck specimens. Partially broken bottom serifs of N & M in UNUM. Doubled left stars and 1, 3, 4 & 5 right stars. Doubled date with doubled 1 & 7 at top right, first 8 on surface of both loops, 7 at lower edge of crossbar and right 8 at bottom outside of lower loop on fully struck specimens.
Reverse B2a– Shallow die gouge across eagle’s right leg.

Comments:
1. One of six known obverses with a Broken N and M of UNUM, the others being 1878-P VAM-31, 1878-P VAM-40, 1878-P VAM-145, 1878-P VAM-162, and 1878-P VAM-200.

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Additional Photos:

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Large die chip or gouge on ear..................................................................................and repunched stars...
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Short Nock, Parallel Arrow Feather...Gouge at leg, over polished wing feathers leaving a gap..
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Over polished wing ...
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Chip...
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Die scratches at E and D............................................................................................and die scratches around DOLLAR letters..
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Full Coin Photos

2 Sets Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-110 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY Ron Hagler

5/2017
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