1886-P VNA-1

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1886-P VAM 1 VNA Die Progression Project

NOTE - VAM-1F was reassigned and became VAM-6A, & VAM-1G was reassigned and became VAM-6B.
Order for each is VAM-6, VAM-1F and VAM-1 VNA.

1886-P-6-jbc-study-neck.jpg

1886-P-1F-jbc-study-neck.jpg

1886-P-1vna-jbc-study-neck.jpg

1886-P-6-jbc-study-ear.jpg

1886-P-1F-jbc-study-ear.jpg

1886-P-1vna-jbc-study-ear.jpg

1886-P-6-jbc-study-rev.jpg

1886-P-1F-jbc-study-rev.jpg

1886-P-1vna-jbc-study-rev.jpg

The crack through the Eagle's left wing from the middle serif of the 'F' to just above the bottom serif of the 'A' is consistent across all six coins, although in the later die state it has extended, deepened, and widened.
VAM 1-F MDS

WC_VAM1-F_MDS.jpg

VAM 1-F LDS

WC_VAM1-F_LDS.jpg

VAM 1 VNA MDS2

WC_VAM1_NVA_MDS2.jpg

VAM 1 VNA MDS3

WC_VAM1_NVA_MDS3.jpg

VAM 1 VNA LDS4

WC_VAM1_NVA_LDS4.jpg

VAM 1 VNA LDS5

WC_VAM1_NVA_LDS5.jpg

What follows is an image of the date position for the VAM 1-F LDS coin in this study.

Dt_VAM1-F_LDS.jpg

The numbers in front of the coin discriptions is the sequence numbers I have assigned to the coins in this study. Lower numbers (1) are coins at the beginning of the study and higher numbers (99) at the end. Gaps between the sequence numbers and at the beginning and end allow additional coins to be inserted as discovered. Larger gaps indicate that a group of coins may be missing.
35 - VAM 1-F MDS

Ncr_VAM_1-F_MDS.jpg

70 - VAM 1 VNA MDS2

NCr_VAM1_NVA_MDS2.jpg

80 - VAM 1 VNA MDS3

NCr_VAM1_NVA_MDS3.jpg

85 - VAM 1 VNA LDS4

NCr_VAM1_NVA_LDS4.jpg

90 - VAM 1 VNA LDS5

NCr_VAM1_NVA_LDS5.jpg

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