1870 DDO-001, MPD-001, RPD-002

>>>1870 DDO-001, MPD-001, RPD-002

1870 DDO-001, MPD-001, RPD-002

Attributed to: Jack Beymer & Vicken Yegparian

Cross-references
S5
FND-001

Design: Type 2 Hub
Composition: Bronze
Strike Type: Circulation

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Variety Summary

This is one of the nicest misplaced dates known for any series. The 0 can be seen with the naked eye on just about any grade making identification easy. The doubling is very close and you need a high grade specimen to see th doubing.

Additional Notes

Obverse

Class IV, Offset Hub Doubling.
Doubling shows as a spread south on IBERTY of LIBERTY.

Misplaced Date
The top of a bold 0 is seen in above the denticles below the 7.

Repunched Date: 1870/180
Repunched 1 north above the base and top. Repunched 8 seen above the bottom, middle, and top. Repunched 0 east seen on the right side.

Stage A -- None noted. Stage B -- Die crack through the top of ERI to the rim. Die crack from the rim through the bottom of the digits of date then back to the rim.

Reverse

Die crack at 10 o'clock from the rim to the wreath at about 8 o'clock. Die crack at 7 o'clock from the rim to the wreath.

More Info

Finders:

1870 FND-001

Poliquin:

1870 P N/A

Snow:

1870 S5

Breen:

Breen N/A

Marvin and Margolis:

MM N/A