1901-S VAM-10

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1901-S VAM-10 Doubled Ear

Discovered by Ash Harrison, September 2004.
10 III23 · C4a (Doubled Ear) (189) I-3 R-5
Obverse III23– Strongly doubled bottom outside of ear and hair above ear. Eyelid doubled below it.
Comments: Distinctive crack through the date can be found on late state specimens.

LVA Plate Photos

1901-S VAM-10 Dbld Ear.jpg 1901-S VAM-10 Dbld Eyelid.jpg

Additional Photos

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Though not described in the listing, the mint mark is set right and slightly high.
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A couple images from an ANACS AU58 specimen, tied with one other as the finest known. Some of the Morgans of this date show planchet striations and are often more weakly struck. (This uncommon occurrance for the San Francisco Mint is generaly only found on 1888-S and 1901-S.)
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The hair above the ear is strongly doubled as well as the lobe of the ear outside.
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Full Coin Photos

Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-10 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY John Roberts at ANACSANACS LOGO3.jpg

ANACS AU58, PCGS VF35,ANACS VG10
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