1904-O VAM-11 Doubled Profile
Discovered by Martin Field, October 1978. Revised 2010. Revised 2015 by Kurt Johnson
11(revised) III2 7 C4a (Doubled Profile) (181,189) I-2 R-5
Obverse III2 7 - Doubled Liberty head profile in forward hairline, forehead, nose, lips and chin.
Die 1 Die marker - Line of dots at top of top right cotton leaf. Reclassified to 1904-O VAM-21 2013 Revision
Die 2 - Reclassified to 1904-O VAM-21 2013 Revision
Die 3 Same obverse die as Die 1 of VAM-39. (Die marker - Line of dots at top of top right cotton leaf.)
Die 4 Die marker - Polishing line at top left of T in LIBERTY, small die chips at chin-neck junction. Occurs with VAM-11A die break on LDS
Die 1 Die marker - Fine vertical die scratch at upper middle of eagle's left wing near wing tip. Reclassified to 1904-O VAM-21 2013 Revision
Die 2 Die marker - Isolated polishing lines above A in DOLLAR. Reclassified to 1904-O VAM-21 2013 Revision
Die 3 Same die as Die 2 of VAM-46.
Die 4 Die marker - Diagonal Polishing lines in eagles neck-wing gap. Occurs with VAM 11A die break on LDS.
1. at one time there were Die Pairs #1, #2, and #3. In November 2013, Die Pairs #1 and #2 were re-listed as VAM-21 Die Pairs #1 and #2 respectively. The die pair that remains in the VAM-11 slot is the previously identified VAM-11 Die Pair #3.
2. Die pair #4 was added in 2015.
3. Die pair #4 is the earlier die state of the VAM-11A and shares both the Obverse and Reverse die. VAM-11A differs in that it has a die chip in the right wreath.
LVA Plate Photos:
From the VAM-11 Die #3 Discovery Coin.
From the VAM-11 Die #4 Discovery Coin.
Full Coin Photos
Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-11 D3 Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions]ATTRIBUTED BY Alan Scott