1883-P VAM-1A

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1883-P VAM-1A Clashed Obverse n

Discovered by C. Logan McKechnie October 2003. Revised 2015. Eliminated 2018 (redesignated as VAM 39 or VAM 49 - see Notes)
1A (revised) III2 1 · C3a (Clashed Obverse n) ( ? ) I-2 R-5
Obverse III2 1 – Clashed die with partial incuse n of In from reverse showing next to Liberty head neck. Very slight doubling of left 8 at left inside of both loops. Fine pitting of Liberty head on LDS.
Die marker - Five nearly vertical polishing lines left end of Liberty head Phrygian cap ribbon.
Reverse C3a – Normal die of C3 type.

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2. Eliminated 2018

The original discovery coin (as shown in the right ‘1883 P VAM 1A Clashed n’ plate photo below) is now thought to be a late die state of VAM 39. The other photos below are regarding the 2015 revision, and are now designated as VAM 49. So any designated VAM 1A might either be examples of VAM 39 or more likely VAM 49.

LVA Plate Photos:

1883-P VAM-1A Clashed n.jpg

Additional Photos:

Early die state is distinguishable by three parallel lines at the inside end of the cap ribbon:
Jb 83v1aeds-1.jpg

Full Coin Photos

Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-1A (now VAM 49) Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY the discoverer, Logan McKechnie