1878-P VAM-133

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1878-P VAM-133 Doubled Motto

Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, December 1965.
133 (revised 2007) II4 - B2a (Doubled Motto) (193) I-2 R-4
Obverse II4- Slightly doubled LIBERTY to left, wheat leaves on right, top of Phrygian cap and Motto E PLURIBUS UNUM towards rim. Extra metal at top right of P. The shape of the P is unique.
Reverse B2a- Fine raised dots and fine polishing lines on eagle's wings with polished splotches in middle of eagle's left wing.



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The P is Unique.
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Wing Splotches on left wing
Below is a close-up of the PLUR in PLURIBUS (Note also doubling at top of U):
And the P by itself:

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