1899-P VAM-6A

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1899-P VAM-6A Open _ Closed 9's, Pitted DO

Discovered by Larry Briggs, August 2002.

6A III26 · C3a (Open _ Closed 9's, Pitted DO) (189) I-2 R-6
Reverse C3a– Some raised dots thru DO in DOLLAR from rusted die.

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Additional Photos

The III2-6 obverse is the only one to have mismatched nine punches in the date. One is open while the other closed.
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The VAM-6A exhibits pitting in the DO of DOLLAR. One particularly large pit sits at the center of the right edge of the D, making this easily
identifiable.
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Closeup of rusted die:
1899-P-6A-jbc-1.jpg

Lines by Middle Curl
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Eagles Left Leg
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Rim cud observed on late die state
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Full Coin Photos

Large Full Coin Copyrighted© VAM-6A Images on loan to VAMworld courtesy ©[Heritage Auctions]ATTRIBUTED BY Weth

4/2018

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