Primary Characteristics

1B1- Die Gouge in DOL & Denticle Impressions above DOL

Identified in 2000 by Larry Briggs

Reclassified in 2014 by VAM Husker Submittal


Obverse Hub III2 Die 1

No die clash marks or just a single diagonal clash line at the neck, no clashed letters.


Reverse Hub C3 Die a

Normal die with a long thin die gouge from the D through the O in DOLLAR, with a few faint denticle impressions with spacing of denticles above the gouge.  The denticle impressions were likely worn away quickly.  So this is likely a later die state than VAMs 18 and 43, but an earlier state than VAMs 1B2 and 49.


This reverse die gouge is shared with VAMs:

1B1- Die Gouge in DOL & Denticle Impressions above DOL

1B2 - Die Gouge in DOLLAR, Clashed Obverse n & st

18 - Doubled 18, Die Gouge in DOLLAR & Denticle Edge Impression

43 - Doubled Left 8 & Phrygian Cap, Die Gouge DOL

49 - Doubled 1- -1, Die Gouge DOL


Other Characteristics

Obverse - Some coins show a clash with a partial transfer of the s in Trust in the right hair vee of the lower hair edge.

PCGS Graded Coins