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1900-O VAM-9 O/CC Centered, Shifted Right, Doubled Date
Discovered by Leroy Van Allen, December 1965.
This coin is a
9 III2 6 - C3g (Doubled 900, O/CC Shifted Right) (189) I-4 R-7
Obverse III2 6 -
Doubled 900 in date. 9 doubled at top inside of upper loop. Both 0's doubled at top inside.
Date set further left than normal and slanted with 0's higher than 1.
Reverse C3g -
Mint mark centered and unpright, punched over CC. The CC mint Mark is centered and shifted right under the O and shows as a thin broken curve on the left and two faint projections on the right.
The O/CC dollars were created when discarded dies from the then-defunct Carson City mint were reworked, and used in New Orleans for the 1900-O dollars. The remains of the CC's were not well eliminated and they can be seen below the O mint mark. Ten different VAMs are known with O/CC reverses: VAM-7, 7A, 8, 8A, 8B, 9, 10, 10A, 11 and 12. VAM-9 was considered the most desirable variety at the time the Top 100 book was printed and is a legitimately tough coin to find, especially in mint state. Since that time VAMs 7 and 7A have turned out to rival it in rarity.
The 1900-O/CC VAM-9 is one of several O over CC coins. These VAMs include
, 1900-O VAM-9,
No LVA Plate Photo:
Large Full Coin photo VAM-9 on loan to VAMworld courtesy of
and attributed by
1900-O/CC VAM-9 NGC AU 55 $900.00 eBay (Best Offer) 10/26/08
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