1904-O VAM-3

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1904-O VAM-3 Doubled 19

Discovered by Ted Eiben, June 1972. Revised 2010.
3(revised) III2 2 · C4a (Doubled 19) (181) I-2 R-4
Obverse III2 2– Doubled 19 in date. 1 doubled below upper crossbar and slightly at bottom. 9 doubled strongly at bottom outside. Slightly doubled profile from hairline down to chin.
Reverse C4a - Two short polishing spikes at outside of eagle's right leg and four at outside of eagle's left leg on EDS and MDS specimens. These wear away from die wear into the LDS.

Comments:
1. Note - Is C3a a typo in supplement? Answer - Yes. 1904 O V3 is a C4 Reverse

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LVA Plate Photos:

‘’’Double 4 is not part of the official VAM description from LVA ‘’’
1904-O VAM-3 Dbld 19.jpg 1904-O VAM-3 Dbld 19-4.jpg

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