1890 s Morgan vam 2b

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JackBnimble01
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1890 s Morgan vam 2b

Post by JackBnimble01 » Thu Jan 23, 2020 6:40 pm

Would anyone care to take a stab
At a value for this, just came back
From JB
Does the red field pedigree add value?
Another question are wow coins more
Valuable Then other vams?
Lastly where can one find the population of vams, to gauge how many there are floating around?
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Jack
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DHalladay
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Re: 1890 s Morgan vam 2b

Post by DHalladay » Thu Jan 23, 2020 8:01 pm

Scarce coin that seldom comes up for VAM-specified sale, and this is the highest graded example of just 3 I know about:
1890-S 2B (26A) 61 ANACS Oct-16 E $90
1890-S 2B (26A) 58 ANACS Oct-11 CS $400
1890-S 2B (26A) 55 ANACS Feb-17 E $65

ANACS, if anyone, should have this in its population report. Be sure to check VAM 26A, since that's what the VAM number was previously. Redfield holders come with their own collecting base and premiums, but I'm at a loss to guess if and how much in this case.
When in doubt... don't.

VamHelsing
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Re: 1890 s Morgan vam 2b

Post by VamHelsing » Fri Jan 24, 2020 2:49 am

Yes, the Redfield holder does add value!

Ask the Squirrel if WOW VAMs add value... :D

I would check the SSDC census for a count. Of course, there are many others not in the census...

JackBnimble01
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Re: 1890 s Morgan vam 2b

Post by JackBnimble01 » Mon Jan 27, 2020 3:43 am

Thank u thank u

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Re: 1890 s Morgan vam 2b

Post by impairedsquirrel » Mon Jan 27, 2020 4:10 am

I actually check any Redfield 90-S for that break, but haven't found one yet... nice find!
The VAM isn't overly rare and the 2b is more common than the 29 by a fairly wide margin, but I mean, come on, any break like that has to be worth a little premium, right?
I go totally NUTS for WOW! VAMs!! Or is that from WOW! VAMs?

JackBnimble01
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Re: 1890 s Morgan vam 2b

Post by JackBnimble01 » Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:40 am

VamHelsing wrote:
Fri Jan 24, 2020 2:49 am
Yes, the Redfield holder does add value!

Ask the Squirrel if WOW VAMs add value... :D

I would check the SSDC census for a count. Of course, there are many others not in the census...
Vamhelsing
I tried SSDC
Tried to email
Ashmore, but it wouldn’t go thru
Thanks for trying!

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