1889-P VAM-6

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1889-P VAM-6 Doubled 9, Tripled 1 and Ear Bottom, Far Date

Discovered by George Mallis, July 1964. Revised 2010.
6 (revised) III26 - C3a (Doubled 9, Tripled 1 and Ear Bottom, Far Date) (190) I-3 R-5
Obverse III2 6 - 1 strongly tripled at bottom and below upper crossbar. 9 strongly doubled at top outside and slightly at bottom inside of both loops. Slightly tripled bottom of ear. Date set further right than normal. Some specimens have a die chip between loops of left 8 on right.
Diagnostic--Strongly tripled 1 bottom and 9 double at top.

1. The tripled bottom of the ear was discovered by Leroy Van Allen in November 2007 and the VAM 6 was added to the growning list of amazing 1889 Doubled Ear coins.
2. This Variety Comes with chips on right of first 8 and without chips
3. This Variety also comes clashed W/NO transfer and a phantom E.


LVA Plate Photos:

1889 P VAM 6 Dbld 1.jpg 1889 P VAM 6 Dbld 9.jpg

Additional Photos:

EDS specimen: Date without the chip on first 8, with clashing and a phantom E
Triple Ear Bottom
Jv 1889 p obv v6 12-31-17.jpg
Phantom "E"
Jv 1889 p rev v6 12-31-17.jpg

Full Coin Photos

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