1921-D VAM-1T

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1921-D VAM-1T Scribbling Die Scratches #22 (Formerly VAM 1CU)

Discovered by Jim Hart, June 2001. Revised November 2011(by Wali Motorwalla)
1T IV 1 D2a (Scribbling Die Scratches # 22) (189) I-2 R-5
Reverse D2a - Fine die scratches in various directions on over polished tail feathers around eagle's right leg and between eagle's left wing and body.
- Die Marker - Vertical die scratch in the middle of eagle's left wing. Polishing lines in middle of wings and tail feathers. (Formerly VAM 1CU)
1- VAM-1T was refined and revised in November of 2011 and split into VAM-1T listed for scribbles only, and VAM-1T1 & VAM-1T2 listed for extensive die breaks.

LVA Plate Photos

DJC 1921~D 1T Plateshots.jpeg

Additional Photos

1921-D VAM 1CU scrib scratches.jpg

1921-D VAM 1CU scrib scratches2.jpg

1921-D VAM 1CU scrib scratches3.jpg
VAM-1T has a unique rim-to-rim die crack across the obverse running through Liberty's face!


The T shaped crack next to the 2nd left star on the rim-to-rim crack is also a good pickup point for the variety.


Late die states of the VAM 1T exhibit an amazing, long rim-to-rim obverse die crack.
21d obv 1t.gif