1891-P VAM-2 Doubled Ear

Discovered by Bill Fivaz, February 1973.

This coin is a Top 100 Morgan VAM.

2 III2 2 C3a (Doubled Ear) (189) I-3 R-4
Obverse III2 2 - Ear strongly doubled at bottom and halfway up side. Hair strongly doubled just above the ear. Small die chip on forehead just in front of the hairline.

Comments: 1891 VAM-2 Double Ear. This variety has a fantastically doubled earlobe. When it is encountered, be sure to check Liberty's upper lip for a die break. If the break is present, the coin is a VAM-2A, a much more rare variety. The normal VAM-2 is available in high grade mint state examples without too much hunting.

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NGC Population for 1891-P VAM-2