1882-P VAM-24

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1882-P VAM-24 Doubled 882, Doubled 1 Base Above Denticles MPD

Discovered by Brian Raines, 2009 Revised by Brian Raines 2014
24(revised) III2 23 - C3a (Doubled 882, Doubled 1 Base Above Denticles MPD) (181) I-5 R-6
Obverse III2 23- Doubled 882 in date. Slightly doubled inside left 8 and right outside of upper loop, right 8 at left outside of both loops and 2 at top outside of upper loop. Double left side of 1 base below left 8 with narrow horizontal bar and faint vertical line on right side in upper denticle space just to left of 1 base in field. 1 was punched into denticles with tilt to left, so only left base shows, Hair above date is over polished. Fine pitting on Liberty head, particularly strong at top of ear. Later die states has MPD polished and worn away.

1. In later stages, the MPD is little more than a 'dot' under the first 8. These LDS pieces are worth little or no premium. The early stage with sharp detail on the misplaced digits still appears to be quite rare.


LVA Plate Photos:

1882-P VAM-24 PLATE 6 OCT 2010.jpg 1882-P-22-LVA-plate1.jpg

Additional Photos:

Dh1882VAM24date.jpg NESVT20130719 1882P 24 02.JPG
Below are images of the MDS, polished state of the VAM 24. This polishing can make the EDS MPD difficult to cherry pick through photo attribution.

Picture below from Nico.
Note the area in "green" for overpolished hair. Red arrow is to point out the MPD.

Not part of the listing, but interestig is the rusted ear.

Full Coin Photos

Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-24 (LDS) Late Die Stage Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY John Roberts at ANACSANACS LOGO3.jpg