1921-P VAM-24B1

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1921-P VAM-24B1 Tripled E PLURIBUS, Clashed Obverse I & t, Scribbling Die Scratches

Discovered by John Roberts, September 2003. Revised 2005, 2014
24B1(revised) IV 18 · D2a (Tripled E PLURIBUS, Clashed Obverse I & t, Scribbling Die Scratches) (189) I-3 R-5
Obverse IV 18– Clashed die with partial incuse I of In from reverse showing next to Liberty head neck and partial t of Trust from reverse showing in right hair vee of lower hair edge.
Reverse D2a– Clashed die with raised acorn shaped metal above o in God from field in front of designer’s initial M, but no part of M shows.
Different die from 24A. Fine die scratches in various directions on over polished tail feathers around eagle's left wing and body and in middle of eagle's left wing. Die marker - Single horizontal polishing line from lower wreath berry opposite right L in DOLLAR.
Comments:

B1 has a crack in the O in ONE, B2 has a Die Break see 1921-P VAM-24B2.

LVA Plate Photos

Reclassified as 24B1 or 24B2
1921-P VAM-24B Clashed I 1.jpg1921-P VAM-24B Clashed Raised Metal.jpg
1921-P VAM-24B Clashed I.jpg1921-P VAM-24B Clashed t.jpg

Additional Photos

DanT17scribbles.jpg
The images below are from a coin posted by Lee S., in this thread: [[1]]
This coin is more than likely an LDS VAM 24B as discussed in the thread.
Reverse polishing line @ berry. present on all 21 P VAM-24B and VAM-24B2
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Full Coin Photos

Large Full Coin Photo courtesy of Heritage and attributed by Mhomei
UNDER REVIEW, THIS MAY BE A 24B2