1866 DDO-001, MPD-001

>>>1866 DDO-001, MPD-001

1866 DDO-001, MPD-001

Attributed to: Walter Breen

Cross-references
S1
Breen 1971
FND-001

Design: Type 1 Hub
Composition: Bronze
Strike Type: Circulation

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Variety Summary

Low grade specimens can be identified by the misplaced digits which show on most grades even if LIBERTY is not visible. Also referenced as DDO-001 Flynn (1997).

Additional Notes

Obverse

Class V, Pivoted Hub Tripling.
Tripling shows on BERTY of LIBERTY and on part of the headband.

Misplaced Date
The top of two 6's can be seen in the denticles below the normal 6's. The first can be seen at the top of the denticles below the first 6, the second is seen in the middle of the denticles between the two normal 6's. The base of a 1 is seen in the necklace in the fourth pearl.

Die crack through the top of RICA of AMERICA. Die crack through the bottom of TED of UNITED and STAT of STATES. Die crack through the top of UNIT of UNITED. Die crack through the bottom 186 of the date to the rim. On late die states, a die gouge is seen in the curl of hair in front of ear.

Reverse

Die scratches show from the C to E of CENT.

More Info

Finders:

1866 FND-001

Poliquin:

1866 P N/A

Snow:

1866 S1

Breen:

Breen 1971

Marvin and Margolis:

MM N/A