1890-S VAM-7

Discovered by Leonard Hinckley, February 1974. Reverse discovered by Charles Wallace, June 1966. Revised 2016. by Tmanhg

7 (revised) III2 1 - C3f (S Tilted and Shifted Left, Die Gouges Cap, Die Break Neck) (187, 188) I-3/4 R-5
Obverse III2 1 - Die 1 - Long segmented die gouge at top of Phrygian cap, above right cotton boll and to right of lower cotton leaf.
VAM-7 Die 2 (187) - Diagonal die crack across Liberty head neck up thru jaw and chin with displaced design break on neck. Die used before changed to Die 1 (188) obverse with 188 reeds collar. Die marker - Polishing lines in TY of LIBERTY.
Reverse C3f - IV S mint mark tilted and shifted slightly to the left.
Die marker - Polishing lines in eagle's wing-neck gap.

Comments:
1- Die 1 and Die 2 share the exact reverse die but different obverse pairings.
2- Die 1 shares obverse with VAM-48
3- VAM-1J is the exact paring of Die 1 obverse and and reverse just different die state

Threads:
1 - Die 1 Thread with more photos http://www.vamworld.com/share/view/69643954

LVA Plate Photos:
1890-S-V7-PLATE1.jpg1890-S-V7-PLATE2.jpg

3 Plates from 2016 revision coin
1890-S-V7-DIE2-BREAK.jpg1890-S-V7-TY-PLATE.jpg
1890-S-V7-TY-WING-GAP-PLATE.jpg

Additional photos:
1890-S-7-jbc-date.jpg
1890-S-7-jbc-S.jpg
1890-S-7-jbc-rev2.jpg1890-S-7-jbc-rev1.jpg
1890-S-7-jbc-obv1.jpg1890-S-7-jbc-obv2.jpg
Following pics are of a LDS coin
jth1890Sv7gouge.jpgjth1890sv7RI.jpg

occ-1890-s-v7-11-24-16-lfcp.JPG



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