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  1. I know it's the proof reverse . Any help on which proof reverse would be grateful .
  2. http://lincolncentresource.com/FAQ/Poormansdoubleddie.html
  3. Here's the russian version . Images show up better, on this one . http://nreestr.ru/find4me/?search=vm7025
  4. This one was struck, with two obverse dies . http://nreestr.ru/en/find4me/?search=vm7025
  5. Mr. Hicks . Why would you post a coin and not come back to the thread, to follow up on the answers ?
  6. I guess it could be it's evil mimic #39 . Need better images to tell for sure . But I think with the die erosion on both the obverse & reverse of the dies . It more like #61 .... http://ec2-13-58-222-16.us-east-2.compute.amazonaws.com/wiki/1889-P_VAM-61
  7. I can . It's vam #61 . http://ec2-13-58-222-16.us-east-2.compute.amazonaws.com/wiki/1889-P_VAM-61
  8. It'll take two posts, to get all the images up .
  9. It's also, Wexler DDR-007 . http://www.doubleddie.com/828844.html
  10. It's called a poor man's doubled die . http://lincolncentresource.com/FAQ/Poormansdoubleddie.html
  11. Some were made on experimental alloy planchet, but OP coin isn't one . http://www.error-ref.com/sate_quarters_on_an_experimental_alloy/
  12. I just got the Charlton Catalogue 64th Edition out . There's 9 different dies and this one is the third die . Obv. OF2, Rev. RF2 . 21 Leaves . Narrow Date, Repunched 1/1, Large 8/8 and 9/9 ( RP-1 ) .