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Doubled LIBERTY, Wheat Leaves and Grains, Disconnected Leaves
Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, December 1965.
80 II/I 6 B1b (Doubled LIBERTY, Wheat Leaves and Grains, Disconnected Leaves) (180) I-2 R-4
Obverse II/I 6 -
Doubled last four letters in LIBERTY shifted down. First three letters have polishing lines. Slightly doubled E PLURIBUS UNUM at top left serifs. Doubled 2 & 3 left stars and 3 & 4 right stars. Doubled tops of wheat leaves and grains, cotton leaves and bolls and Phrygian cap top loop. 878 slightly doubled. First 8 doubled on left inside of upper loop. 7 doubled at top right of shaft. Second 8 doubled on left and bottom inside of upper loop and bottom inside of lower loop. Shallow over polished ear.
- Doubled cap fold.
Die overpolished with last three leaves disconnected from olive branch. Diagonal polishing lines in field below tail feathers. Small die chip on eagle's right wing at top next to body.
LVA Note from a 2015 Submittal
A very early die stage exists in proof-like that shows virtually no die cracks and no polish lines around olive branch/tail feathers. The best markers are the tiny die chips and subtle die cracks. Die cracks (visible only under 30x mag at an angle) in this stage start at TED of UNITED and continue STA of STATES. Very difficult stage to attribute properly.
Obverse: Over polishing of "LIB" of LIBERTY shows lack of definition and shows striations inside the letters. Due to over-polishing.
Very little remains of the design inside Liberty's ear.
There is a die chip on Liberty's cheek and Liberty's eyelid shows strong doubling.
Die chip on Liberty's cheek on the VAM-80 is higher than the chip on the cheek of
There are die chips on the eagles right wing in a couple places.
There is a die crack that runs from "D" through "O" and past the "L" of DOLLAR
EDS of vam-80A
LVA Plate Photos:
All photos below, from same coin.
The last three leaves are disconnected from the branch on VAM-80 and notice the polishing lines around the Olive Branch..
Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-80 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©
1878 7TF VAM-80 Raw MS60 $53.50 eBay on 5/9/08
1878-P 7TF VAM-80 NGC MS62 $75.00 eBay 01/09/11
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