1882-P VAM-1F

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1882-P VAM-1F1 Clashed Obverse n G

Discovered February 2008 JV, Revised 2014
1F1 III2 1 ∙ C3a (Clashed Obverse n G) (180) I-2 R-6 (R-3???)
Obverse III2 1 Clashed dies with edge of G of God and shallow n of In from reverse showing next to Liberty head neck.
Light polishing lines on face in various directions likely to remove fine rust pits (Formally VAM-22)
Reverse C3a – Normal die
LVA Comments:
1. unusual to have a clashed letter showing so far from neck.


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LVA Plate Photos:

1882 LVA VAM1F eyescratchesplate2014.jpeg1882-P-V1F-BJV-PLATE1.jpg

Additional Photos:

DJC JV 1882 VAM1F-DC face.jpg

DJC JV 1882 VAM1F-DC scratches.jpg

DJC JV 1882 VAM1F-DC crook.jpg
4/2008 22 revision -Yes, has unlisted unusual die polishing lines in various directions on face! Could have been attempt to remove fine rust pits. No die clash marks. Absent the clash coin reverts back to VAM-1. Note die marker - reverse first S in STATES has small gouge across serif.
1882 P VAM1F-JA82-10PIC-COMP1.jpg


Looks a lot like and unlisted 8/8!

The EDS version with a powerful lip clashing on the reverse.

A later die state after an attempt to eradicate the clashed lips from the reverse.

Full Coin Photos

Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-1F Images on loan to VAMworld courtesyGreat Colletions 2-s.jpg © ["GreatCollections Coin Auctions"] ATTRIBUTED BY Pete Honstein