1922-P VAM-40 Doubled Lower Reverse, Die Gouge in Rays
Discovered by C. Logan McKechnie May 2004. Previously identified as VAM 1C.
40 II 1 · B1d (Doubled Lower Reverse, Die Gouge in Rays) I-3 R-4
Obverse II 1– Horizontal die gouge in rays low between BE of LIBERTY on some specimens.
Reverse B1d– Slightly doubled lower olive leaves on left side, back of rear-most leg feather, rays below tail feathers on left side, three rays above and three rays below ONE and left side of ON in ONE.