1921-P Peace VAM-1H

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1921-P Peace VAM-1H Satin Proof Dies with Polishing Lines

Discovered by David Close,February 2005.
1H I 1 · Aa (Satin Proof Dies with Polishing Lines) I-4 R-5
Obverse I 1– Fine polishing lines around OD WE, across neck and left and right fields. Die markers– Numerous tight elliptical polishing lines below jaw and just below bottom of hair bun. Die used for satin proofs and business strikes.
Reverse Aa– Fine polishing lines above and below ONE, around eagle’s feet, thru S OF AM and below last A in AMERICA. Die markers– Numerous horizontal die polishing lines between last S in STATES and O in OF, single light polishing line at bottom inside of R in AMERICA. Die chip at top end of fourth ray down below eagle’s tail feathers. Die used for satin proofs and business strikes.
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LVA Plate Photos

1921-P VAM-1H Polishing Lines S-O.jpg1921-P VAM-1H Polishing Lines OD WE.jpg
1921-P VAM-1H Polishing Lines ONE.jpg1921-P VAM-1H Polishing Lines Below Hair Bun.jpg
1921-P VAM-1H Polishing Line R.jpg1921-P VAM-1H Die Chip Ray.jpg

Additional Photos

Polishing Swirl above WE
Ja1921p-vam-1H-we-swirl.jpg
Ja21peace-1H-we.jpg
Neck Point
Ja21-1h-neck.jpg
Polishing Swirl Below Hair Bun
Ja1921p-vam-1H-hairbun.jpg
The strongest feature of this VAM are the reverse polish lines at S-O.
Ja1921p-vam-1H-S-O-lines.jpg
Ja1921p-vam-1H-ER.jpg
The chip on the ray is a very minor feature.
Ja1921p-vam-1H-tailchip.jpg
Ja1921p-vam-1H-tailray.jpg
Ja21-1H-ray.jpg
Ja21-1H-talon.jpg
2nd Specimen
Occ-1921-p-peace-v1h-21-1-15-pups.JPG

Full Coin Photos

Large Full Coin photo VAM-1H

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