1893-P VAM-4

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1893-P VAM-4 Doubled Stars

Discovered by Francis Klaes, June 1963.
This coin is a Top 100 Morgan VAM.
4 III2 4 - C3a (Doubled Stars) I-3 R-4
Obverse III2 4- All stars on right and left doubled at bottom. Lower portions of E PL-R-B and first U in UNUM doubled. Closed 9 in date.

1. 1893 VAM-4 Doubled Stars. For this VAM, the stars on both sides of the date are doubled. A small shelf can be seen on the rim side of the stars. This coin is a better date, harder to find Morgan without the variety. With the doubling it is a special coin in AU and above.


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The date is at the far edge of the normal position with a closed 9.
All of the stars are doubled but here are the first two left stars.......
.....and the first three right stars.
The ear is distinctive for this obverse.
NESVT20110114 1893P 4 08.JPG
The die polish lines in the bow area also can help distinguish this variety.
NESVT20110114 1893P 4 09.JPG
Doubled 1st Right Star
1893 vam4 obv b.jpg

Full Coin Photos

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