1893-P VAM-4

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1893-P VAM-4 Doubled Stars

Discovered by Francis Klaes, June 1963.
This coin is a Top 100 Morgan VAM.
4 III2 4 - C3a (Doubled Stars) I-3 R-4
Obverse III2 4- All stars on right and left doubled at bottom. Lower portions of E PL-R-B and first U in UNUM doubled. Closed 9 in date.

Comments:
1. 1893 VAM-4 Doubled Stars. For this VAM, the stars on both sides of the date are doubled. A small shelf can be seen on the rim side of the stars. This coin is a better date, harder to find Morgan without the variety. With the doubling it is a special coin in AU and above.

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Additional Photos:

The date is at the far edge of the normal position with a closed 9.
1893-P-4-date.jpg
All of the stars are doubled but here are the first two left stars.......
1893-P-4-lstars12.jpg
.....and the first three right stars.
1893-P-4-rstars123.jpg
The ear is distinctive for this obverse.
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The die polish lines in the bow area also can help distinguish this variety.
NESVT20110114 1893P 4 09.JPG
Doubled 1st Right Star
1893 vam4 obv b.jpg

Full Coin Photos

Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-4 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions]

PCGS VAM-4 AU53
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