1904-O VAM-13 High O
Discovered by Martin Field, February 1979. Revised 2009.
13 III2 1-C4f (High O) (181) I-2 R-5
Obverse III2 1 - Date at right edge of normal position.
Reverse C4f- III O mint mark set high, centered and upright.
Die marker - Heavy polishing lines in wreath bow, eagle's tail feathers and eagle's neck.
1. Occurs with rotated reverse of 24-46 degrees CCW.
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LVA Plate Photos:
Unique Die Break:
Unique Polishing Line: (in Wreath, Bow / Ribbons):
Die Scratch and Polishing Lines in eagle's wing:
Polishing Lines in Tail Feathers, Arrows, and around the Legs:
Unique Die Crack "A-T" in STATES:
Distinct "We Trust":
Unique Polishing Line: (in Wreath, Bow / Ribbons, and Tail Feathers):
Die Scratch on Lip:
Die Scratch from the Denticles to "F"
Full Coin Photos
Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-13 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions] ATTRIBUTED BY Alan Scott
VAM-13 PCGS MS65PL Northeast Numismatics on 6 March 2008