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1884-CC VAM-4A

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Horizontal die scratch between R & I in PLURIBUS. Later die states have die scratch polished away.<br />
'''Reverse C3a–''' Horizontal die gouge thru feathers in eagle’s left wing just below neck-wing junction. Horizontal die gouge thru E in STATES.<br />
 
'''Comments:'''<br />
'''1-.''' There are several minor stages of this reverse. It is actually the exact die used for the entire VAM-3 sequence before it is mated with the VAM-4 obverse.<br />'''2-.''' The gouge the the E of STATES is only found on some VAM-4 examples, and fades before the 'pinned wing' gouge of VAM-4A occurs.<br />
'''Note:''' According to John Roberts, as of July 2012, ''"this study is a work in progress."''<br />
 
'''Threads:'''<br />
'''1-.''' See this discussion thread for Mr. Roberts comments on this series: http://www.vamworld.com/message/view/home/55519902<br />== LVA Plate Photos =: =
[[image:84CCVam4A.jpg |410px]][[image:TRAVISBICKLE8284CCV4APLATE.jpg |410px]]<br />
[[image:1884-CC_VAM-4A_PLATE_PHOTO_28_SEP_2010.jpg |405px]]<br />
== Additional Photos =: =
[[image:jv1884-ccE.jpg]]<br />
[[image:P1000831.jpg]]<br />
[[image:JEK 1884-CC V4B REV 2.jpg]]<br />
== Full Coin Photos ==
Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-4A Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[[http://www.ha.com/ Heritage Auctions]]©<br />
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