1880-O VAM-13 Doubled 80, Tripled 0
Discovered by Tom Delorey, April 1974. Revised 2010
13 (revised) III2 10 - C3a (Doubled 80, Tripled 0) (176) I-3 R-5
Obverse III2 10- Second 8 doubled on lower left outside of upper loop. 0 doubled strongly at top left outside and tripled at top right outside and on lower left inside and doubled almost entirely up left side.
Die marker - Single vertical polishing line in front of eye.
LVA Plate Photos:
This example with die scratches running from the wheat spray into the LIBERTY band @ LI. The die is the die (TDITD) and this should be considered as another marker for the VAM 13. Photos by Albanach
Here we have a set of die scratches in the left wing. This is from a late state of the die (note the AR crack is almost a break) and should not be mistaken as the reverse for the VAM 16.
There is also some un-listed reverse doubling present on this example, as seen below.
Full Coin Photos
Large Full Coin Photo and Attribution by Mhomei