1900-P VAM-30A

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1900-P VAM-30A Doubled 9, 2 Olive Reverse, Clashed Obverse n & st

Discovered by Mark Kimpton,June 2003.
30A III225 · C4/C3f (Doubled 9, 2 Olive Reverse, Clashed Obverse n & st) (189) I-3 R-5
Obverse III225– Strong die clash marks with partial incuse n from In showing next to middle neck edge and partial incuse s and vertical incuse stem of last t in Trust from reverse showing in right hair vee of lower hair edge.

1. Later die state of VAM-30.
2. The Hot 50 Book lists an obverse scratch in front of the eye as the key marker for VAM-18. However, Leroy Van Allen calls that VAM-30. After analysis, it seems likely that VAM-18 and VAM-30 are in fact the same variety.
3. 1900-P VAM-19A Eliminated, became VAM 30A
4. VAM 30A and VAM 18 have different reverse dies. There is significant crust around "we tru" on VAM 30A, none on VAM 18.


LVA Plate Photos:

1900-P VAM-30 A Clashed n.jpg 1900-P VAM-30A Clashed st.jpg
1900-P VAM-19A Clashed n.jpg 1900-P VAM-19A Clashed t.jpg

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