SNV

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I thought it might be interesting for all of you to be able to find the latest status of SNV in terms of varieties covered by the database. So this page will contain the database report from the most recent version of SNV.

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Database Report
Shield Nickel Viewer v4.0
Report date: Wed Aug 02 02:26:58 PDT 2017

.\\66-0.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1866 normal die]
{Sat Apr 14 19:32:36 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\66-105.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-1000 F-22 FS-001.7 2-O-III} {DDO}
[SW Major | Note circular die polish lines below arms of the cross]
{Tue Apr 03 21:37:25 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\66-106.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-1001 F-23} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:37:32 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\66-2.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-1002} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:38:08 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\66-101.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3000 F-08 FS-001 BR2461} {RPD}
[1866 northeast | Early die stage, no die cracks near ball above date.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:37:02 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\66-1sw.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3000.5 F-08 FS-001 BR2461} {RPD}
[1866 northeast | Later die stage, die cracks appear near ball above date.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:07:12 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\66-110.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3001 F-10 FS-001.1} {RPD}
[1866 southeast | Earliest die stage shows no obverse cracks. However, this early die stage coin is paired with a different reverse than is seen with the later die stage coins because it shows die cracks along the top of "STATES OF AME" that do not appear on the reverse paired with the later die stage coins. | This example is notable for another striking (pun intended) feature: there is extra metal struck into the coin below the last 6 of the date (indicated by red arrows on the overlay photo).]
{Tue Apr 03 21:38:02 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\66-102.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3001.2 F-10 FS-001.1} {RPD}
[1866 southeast | Earlier die stage only shows cracks through top of cross.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:37:07 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\66-3sw.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3001.3 F-10 FS-001.1} {RPD}
[1866 southeast | Later die stage, cracks appear along left leaf clusters. Rotated dies - second reverse picture shows degree of rotation.]
{Wed Apr 04 23:10:05 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\66-2sw.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3001.5 F-10 FS-001.1} {RPD}
[1866 southeast | Later die stage, cracks appear K3 to K4 and along left leaf clusters.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:07:20 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\66-103.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3002 F-20 FS-001.2} {RPD}
[Second 6 southeast]
{Tue Apr 03 21:37:11 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\66-1.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3003 F-16 FS-001.3} {RPD}
[1866 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:36:49 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\66-10cg.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3004 F-10.01} {RPD}
[1866 east]
{Wed Apr 23 17:15:32 PDT 2014 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\66-2j5.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3004.5 F-10.01} {RPD}
[1866 east | Later die stage has an unusual die crack on top of the obverse cross and more advanced die cracks on the reverse.]
{Wed Apr 08 00:57:08 PDT 2015 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: John D. Call

.\\66-1cg.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3005 F-12} {RPD}
[1866 south]
{Wed Apr 04 00:54:04 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\66-111.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3005.5 F-12} {RPD}
[1866 south | Obverse die stage is about the same as S1-3005, but the reverse shows considerable addition cracking along the top of STATES and the bottom of CENTS.]
{Sat Sep 20 00:18:50 PDT 2014 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\66-4sw.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3006 F-13 FS-001.4} {RPD}
[1866 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:07:33 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\66-1jj.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3007 F-09a FS-901} {RPD}
[1866 south | Reverse die shows three rows of dashed horizontal lines below the big 5. CPG says this is a clash - looks more like some other form of damage to the die to me since the markings cross the devices on the rear (clashes should be confined to the field).]
{Wed Apr 04 01:14:19 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\66-107.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3007.5 F-09} {RPD}
[1866 south | Late die stage shows extremely strong clashed dies visible on the obverse.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:37:37 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\66-1rw.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3007.7 F-09} {RPD}
[1866 south | Another late die stage showing strong clashed dies. This example is notable for two reasons: the clash marks are exceptionally strong, and the reverse does NOT show the buckled die (to the right of CENTS) that is typical of this variety.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:33:47 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Robert Wilharm

.\\66-2jj.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3008 F-14} {RPD}
[1866 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:14:23 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\66-51jj.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3009 F-12.01} {RPD}
[Second 6 southwest]
{Wed Apr 04 01:14:34 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\66-52jj.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3010 F-15} {RPD}
[1866 northeast]
{Wed Apr 04 01:14:38 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\66-114.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3010.5 F-15} {RPD}
[1866 northeast | Later die stage shows multiple die cracks.]
{Sat Apr 22 19:55:38 PDT 2017 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\66-53jj.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3011 F-19(?)} {RPD}
[Second 6 south | Apparent doubling K11-K12 on the reverse is just flare off mylar.]
{Fri Oct 07 02:16:46 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\66-1kh.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3012} {RPD}
[866 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:24:57 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\66-109.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3013} {RPD}
[866 southwest very strong | The repunched date is not so apparent at first glance and the coin may need to be tilted in the light to fully appreciate it.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:37:50 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\66-108.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3013.5} {RPD}
[866 southwest very strong | Later die stage has a few small die cracks. | The repunched date is not so apparent at first glance and the coin may need to be tilted in the light to fully appreciate it.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:37:44 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}

.\\66-1jr.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3014 F-19(?)} {RPD}
[866 north | Repunching visible only within the loops of the date. | Extra photos of this variety show the massive cuds.]
{Fri Oct 07 02:13:00 PDT 2016 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Jason Renaud

.\\66-1gb.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3015} {RPD}
[186 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:11:48 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

.\\66-9cg.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3016 F-11 BR2462} {RPD}
[1866 southeast | Only the 6 is visible on this particular specimen, and it is rather faint. This is an early die stage, before the cud over the date developed. | This is not a die stage of either S1-3001 or S1-3004 - the shape of the engraved leaf is different.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:54:37 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\66-202.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3016.2 F-11 BR2462} {RPD}
[1866 southeast | Only the 6 is visible on this particular specimen. This is an early die stage, before the cud over the date developed. However, it is a later die stage than S1-3016 due to the die cracks connecting the top of digits of the date and heading from the date to the right curlicue. | This is not a die stage of either S1-3001 or S1-3004 - the shape of the engraved leaf is different.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:38:27 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\66-8cg.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3016.5 F-11 BR2462} {RPD}
[1866 southeast | Large cud obscuring the date hides the repunching on all digits except the final 6 on this specimen. | This is not a die stage of either S1-3001 or S1-3004 - the shape of the engraved leaf is different.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:54:30 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\66-2gb.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3017} {RPD}
[18 north slightly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:11:54 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

.\\66-1kc.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3018} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:24:35 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Cohn

.\\66-203.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3019 F-08.01} {RPD}
[1866 northeast very strong. Only the bases of the original punches remain.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:38:31 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\66-1g2.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3020 F-03} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Sat Sep 07 00:21:42 PDT 2013 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Gary Rosner

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\66-12cg.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3021 F-17} {RPD}
[866 south]
{Tue Oct 04 01:59:50 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\66-100.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-4000 F-01 MPD-001} {MPD}
[Curve of a 6 just above denticles between 66]
{Tue Apr 03 21:36:55 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\66-4.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-4001} {MPD}
[Curve of a 6 just above denticles between 66]
{Tue Apr 03 21:38:57 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}

.\\66-50jj.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-4002 F-01.01} {MPD}
[Top of a 1 seen in the space between the bottom of the primary 1 and the denticles]
{Wed Apr 04 01:14:29 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\66-300.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-6000} {ML}
{Tue Apr 03 21:38:45 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\66-2cg.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-6001 F-25} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 00:54:15 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\66-200.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-6002} {ML}
[Strong lathe lines visible in the area surrounding the cross.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:38:14 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\66-55jj.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-6003} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 01:14:55 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\66-3x1.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-6004 F-24} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 01:29:21 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\66-204.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-7000 F-21 FS-001.5 1-O-I} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO at motto spread left of lettering | RPD 18 southeast, 6 is repunched south four times]
{Sun Jun 01 15:43:25 PDT 2014 r3} {8:2 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\66-104.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-7000.5 F-21 FS-001.5 1-O-I} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO at motto spread left of lettering | RPD 18 southeast, 6 is repunched south four times | Later die stage shows long die crack mostly in upper right quadrant.]
{Sun Jun 01 15:41:28 PDT 2014 r3} {7:2 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\66-11cg.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-7001 F-18} {RPD, ML}
[866 west. Only the bases of the original punches remain.]
{Wed Apr 23 17:16:29 PDT 2014 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\66-6cg.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8000 SNC-1866-10b}
[Huge cud obverse K3 to K4]
{Sat Jul 21 14:18:51 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\66-1mf.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8001}
[Dramatic lathe lines between the cross and the annulet and at the bottom of the shield. Date doubling is strike doubling only.]
{Sat May 05 23:46:11 PDT 2012 r3} {8:0 images}
Contributor: Michael S. Fey, Ph.D

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\66-205.coin: 1866 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8002}
[Strongly rotated dies, about 135 degrees. Second reverse image shows the rotation.]
{Fri Jul 10 22:10:12 PDT 2015 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\66-201.coin: 1866 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Modern counterfeit, seller claimed Franklin Mint. | This isn't going to fool anyone, since it's only 7mm in diameter (one-third the size of a real coin), plus the devices are obviously crude. Included here more as a cautionary note to those who might consider buying it that it isn't a shield-nickel-sized replica.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:38:21 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\66-301.coin: 1866 {Other, Other} {S1-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Unlike most of the recent modern Chinese counterfeits, the hub designs are reasonably close to the real thing. However, the surfaces of the coin are quite unlike a real shield nickel. Consequently, these should not be too troublesome.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:38:52 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\66-2sp.coin: 1866 Proof {a: Notched arrow, Ip: 66Proof} {S2-0000}
[Center dots both sides are diagnostic. Also, star positions on reverse are unique to the 1866 proofs.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:33:59 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Steve Parker

.\\66-1x1.coin: 1866 Proof {a: Notched arrow, IIo: 67Proof} {S9-0000 J-507 BR2467}
[Obverse is similar to a: Notched Arrow, but has a center dot. Reverse was also used for the original 1867 no rays proofs.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:29:09 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\66-2x1.coin: 1866 Proof {Other, Ip: 66Proof} {S9-0001 J-473}
[Pattern has head of Washington on the obverse. The reverse is the design as used for the reverse of the production 1866 proofs.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:29:17 PDT 2012 r3} {2:0 images}

.\\67WR-0.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1867WR normal die | Note date shows very typical shield nickel strike doubling (south in this case)]
{Tue Apr 03 21:21:21 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67WR-100.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3000 F-04} {RPD}
[18 northwest]
{Sat Oct 01 21:58:10 PDT 2016 r3} {4:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-1x1.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3000.5 F-04} {RPD}
[18 northwest | Later die stage shows crack through ball. | Fletcher says there is repunching on the 6 as well, but I can't see it in my photos.]
{Sat Oct 01 21:56:07 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\67WR-1sw.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3001 F-08 FS-002.1} {RPD}
[Formerly thought to be 1 northwest 7 southeast TPD, with extremely wide repunching. Recent overlay studies have shown this to be a small date over large date - a shield nickel logotype over a seated liberty dime logotype. | Earlier die stage, no die crack at left bottom of shield.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:07:56 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\67WR-101.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3001.5 F-08 FS-002.1} {RPD}
[Formerly thought to be 1 northwest 7 southeast TPD, with extremely wide repunching. Recent overlay studies have shown this to be a small date over large date - a shield nickel logotype over a seated liberty dime logotype. | Later die stage shows a die crack at left bottom of shield.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:21:42 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\67WR-201.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3002 F-02 FS-002.7} {RPD}
[67 west | Early die stage - first reverse die]
{Tue Apr 03 21:22:04 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\67WR-200.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3002.5 F-02 FS-002.7} {RPD}
[67 west | Late die stage - second reverse die]
{Tue Apr 03 21:21:59 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\67WR-50jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3004} {RPD}
[1 north 7 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:16:38 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-17tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3005 F-03} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Sun Jul 02 17:19:41 PDT 2017 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-2cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3005.5 F-03} {RPD}
[18 north | Later die stage shows crack running from the rim through OD (GOD) and to the top of the cross.]
{Wed Jun 28 18:20:13 PDT 2017 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67WR-1gb.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3006} {RPD}
[1 northwest]
{Wed Apr 04 01:12:11 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-16tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3007} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Thu Oct 20 22:07:49 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-20tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-3008} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Sun Jul 02 17:17:31 PDT 2017 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\67WR-1jt.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-4000 FS-002.75} {MPD}
[A 1 was inadvertantly punched into the shield above the ball and into the fourth set of vertical lines. | See comments for 1867 S2-4002 for important information.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:23:36 PDT 2012 r3} {2:0 images}
Contributor: J.T. Stanton

.\\67WR-1do.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-4001} {MPD}
[Base or flag of a 1 peeks out below the shield, above the ball.]
{Sat May 05 23:20:29 PDT 2012 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: Dick Osburn

.\\67WR-103.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-4002 F-01 FS-002.6} {MPD}
[Base of a 1 protrudes from the left bottom of the ball.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:21:54 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67WR-205.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-4003 F-01.01 FS-002.45} {MPD}
[The top of an MPD sits within the bottom V of the shield. CPG states that this the top of an 8. It looks more to me like the top of a 1 with die crack off the leading edge.]
{Sat Aug 13 21:11:05 PDT 2016 r3} {7:1 images}

.\\67WR-1.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-7000 F-09 FS-002.4 4-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 18-7 east | Early die stage - repunch very visible | Repunch is very wide | Date shows very heavy strike doubling]
{Tue Apr 03 21:21:29 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\67WR-102.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-7000.5 F-09 FS-002.4 4-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 18-7 east | Late die stage - repunch less visible | Repunch is very wide]
{Tue Apr 03 21:21:49 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67WR-204.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8000}
[Very strongly clashed dies visible both on the obverse and reverse. On the obverse, a clash of the big 5 from the reverse is slightly visible but hard to pick up in a photo.]
{Sat Oct 25 18:42:24 PDT 2014 r3} {7:2 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67WR-202.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8000.5}
[Later die stage shows very strongly clashed dies visible on the reverse (not as strong as the earlier die stage) but nothing on the obverse.]
{Sat Oct 25 18:41:56 PDT 2014 r3} {6:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-1tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8000.7}
[Clashed dies reverse. Same reverse as S1-8000 paired with a different obverse.]
{Fri Jan 01 23:49:43 PST 2016 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\67WR-3cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8001 F-10}
[Engraver's error gives the appearance of an extra leaf on the second leaf cluster right.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:57:41 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67WR-203.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8002 FS-901}
[Unusual clash marks on the reverse. Most reverse clash marks show as vertical bars near the big 5. This coin shows clash marks from the ball and lower shield, and pieces of the date digits. | Two different overlays are provided. The first one is a transparent obverse overlaid on the reverse to show how the clash lines up. The second is the typical SNV overlay with arrows pointing to key features.]
{Sat May 05 23:33:29 PDT 2012 r3} {7:2 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-3tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8002.5 FS-901}
[Unusual clash marks on the reverse. Most reverse clash marks show as vertical bars near the big 5. This coin shows clash marks from the ball and lower shield, and pieces of the date digits. | This is a much later die stage than S1-8002. The obverse shows multiple cracks. The reverse clash is barely visible anymore. There are die markers that establish this reverse as the same as S1-8002. Very curiously, the obverse also appears the be same as S1-8002 (date position, die crack from lower leaf right), but the shape of the engraved leaf is different. Perhaps the mint reworked the engraved leaf?]
{Sun Jan 10 00:43:25 PST 2016 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-5tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8003}
[Clashed dies reverse.]
{Fri Jan 01 23:36:05 PST 2016 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-11tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-8004}
[Rotated reverse. Second reverse photo shows degree of rotation.]
{Thu Oct 20 22:07:18 PDT 2016 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\67WR-300.coin: 1867 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Unlike most of the recent modern Chinese counterfeits, the hub designs are reasonably close to the real thing. However, the surfaces of the coin are quite unlike a real shield nickel. Consequently, these should not be too troublesome.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:22:15 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\67NR-0.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-0000}
[Typical 1867NR normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 20:59:52 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\67NR-104.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-1000 F-55.01} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:00:27 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\67NR-105.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-1001 F-57.01} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:00:32 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\67NR-106.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-1002 F-59 FS-001.8} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Doubled at motto | Splits visible on almost all letters of In God We Trust]
{Tue Apr 03 21:00:43 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-207.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-1003} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Very similar to S2-1001, but the engraved leaf is a different shape]
{Tue Jan 17 17:54:13 PST 2017 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\67NR-61jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-1005} {DDO}
[DN Minor | Unusual direction for a shield nickel DDO.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:16:25 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-217.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-1005.5} {DDO}
[DN Minor | Unusual direction for a shield nickel DDO. | Later die stage show die crack at the top of the cross.]
{Sun Jun 01 15:44:07 PDT 2014 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\67NR-13cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-1006} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 00:54:54 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-216.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-1007} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Very slight doubling visible at the annulet.]
{Mon Jul 09 00:37:16 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1bb.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-1008} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Sun Dec 07 03:12:11 PST 2014 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Bill Bonina

.\\67NR-3jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-2000 F-61} {DDR}
[Doubling is visible on "OF AMERICA" with spread towards the rim.]
{Sat May 12 00:31:03 PDT 2012 r3} {8:2 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-1jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-2001 F-60} {DDR}
[DDR primarily visible on "AMERICA".]
{Sat May 12 00:33:47 PDT 2012 r3} {8:2 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-62jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-2002} {DDR}
[Very slight doubling visible on ERIC (AMERICA) with spread towards the rim.]
{Fri May 11 02:25:20 PDT 2012 r3} {8:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-2me.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-2003} {DDR}
[DDR visible at the top of the letters in AMERICA]
{Fri May 11 02:26:18 PDT 2012 r3} {8:3 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\67NR-2td.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-2004} {DDR}
[Doubling towards the center on CENTS. | DDR is not conclusive on this low grade specimen, need a higher grade coin to verify.]
{Fri May 11 02:27:36 PDT 2012 r3} {8:2 images}
Contributor: Tony Dalton

.\\67NR-212.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-2005} {DDR}
[Doubled die reverse visible on ERICA (AMERICA)]
{Fri May 11 02:28:46 PDT 2012 r3} {8:2 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-2g2.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-2006} {DDR}
[Slight DDR visible on MERI (AMERICA)]
{Sat Sep 07 00:23:09 PDT 2013 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: Gary Rosner

.\\67NR-100.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3000 F-20 FS-002.25} {RPD}
[1867 northwest]
{Tue Apr 03 20:59:56 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\67NR-101.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3001 F-21 FS-002.2} {RPD}
[1867 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:00:01 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\67NR-1sw.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3001.5 F-21 FS-002.2} {RPD}
[1867 south | Later die stage. Previous light cracks touching the cross and connecting leaves to R (TRUST) have become die breaks.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:07:39 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\67NR-102.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3002 F-23 FS-001.9} {RPD}
[1867 south very far, 8 east very far, possible 1 east very far | The artifacts visible connecting the 8 and the 6, referred to as die cracks in Fletcher, are actually the remnants of an underlying 8. It's possible that the artifact connecting the 1 and the 8 is the remnant of a 1, but there is insufficient evidence to be sure.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:00:14 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\67NR-200.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3003 F-26} {RPD}
[867 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:00:54 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\67NR-1cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3004} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Wed Apr 04 00:55:24 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-4cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3005 F-49?} {RPD}
[67 south]
{Wed Apr 04 00:57:06 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-1x1.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3006} {RPD}
[1 north 7 south | 1 north is unconfirmed, but photo looks like it]
{Wed Apr 04 01:29:29 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\67NR-2jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3007} {RPD}
[86 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:15:05 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-50jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3008 F-07.01} {RPD}
[1 north 67 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:15:17 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-51jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3009 F-11} {RPD}
[18 southeast very strong]
{Wed Apr 04 01:15:23 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-52jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3010 F-15.01} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:15:28 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-24cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3010.5} {RPD}
[18 north | Slightly later die stage shows heavier die cracks.]
{Tue Mar 29 21:04:32 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-53jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3011 F-22.01} {RPD}
[7 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:15:34 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-54jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3012 FS-002.9 F-46b} {RPD}
[67 south | This example is paired with the second reverse die (F-46b in Fletcher).]
{Wed Apr 04 01:15:42 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-58jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3013 F-29(?)} {RPD}
[67 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:15:59 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-59jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3014} {RPD}
[7 south | Line below S (CENTS) is in the mylar, not the coin]
{Wed Apr 04 01:16:05 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-2kh.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3015 PM-02A.2} {RPD}
[67 north strong]
{Wed Apr 04 01:25:02 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\67NR-1bt.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3015.5 PM-02A.2} {RPD}
[67 north strong | Later die stage shows strong die break from rim at K9 southeast to adjacent leaf continuing southeast to left arrow fletch then southwest to the rim.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:53:20 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Bob Tagen

.\\67NR-1me.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3016} {RPD}
[7 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:30:57 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\67NR-107.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3019} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Tue Apr 03 21:00:48 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\67NR-5cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3020} {RPD}
[1 north, 7 south, very slightly on the 7]
{Wed Apr 04 00:57:12 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-1jr.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3021} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:13:28 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Jason Renaud

.\\67NR-2jr.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3022} {RPD}
[67 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:13:33 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Jason Renaud

.\\67NR-1gb.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3024} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:12:01 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1rg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3025} {RPD}
[67 south, strongly.]
{Wed May 27 14:43:03 PDT 2015 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Revick Galstaun, West Coast Coins

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1tc.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3025.5} {RPD}
[67 south, strongly. | Later die stage coin shows numerous die cracks, especially near the date.]
{Wed May 27 14:44:52 PDT 2015 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Thomas Crabtree

.\\67NR-7cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3026} {RPD}
[7 south slightly | Doubling is so slight that it is difficult to be sure that this isn't an unusual form of strike doubling, but the three dimensional shape of the doubling gets this listed as a probable repunched date.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:57:23 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-4me.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3027} {RPD}
[1 southeast slightly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:31:08 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\67NR-5me.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3028} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:31:14 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\67NR-2gb.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3029} {RPD}
[18 north, strongly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:12:06 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

.\\67NR-1kc.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3030} {RPD}
[867 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:24:41 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Cohn

.\\67NR-15cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3031} {RPD}
[1 northwest]
{Wed Apr 04 00:54:59 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-2cp.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3032} {RPD}
[7 south and north (the right serif of the 7 is tripled)]
{Wed Apr 04 00:53:34 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Chris Pilliod

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-221.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3033 F-22 FS-002.3 BR2471} {RPD}
[1867 south very strong clockwise tilt, 7 north slightly. The 7 is triple punched.]
{Thu Jun 04 15:37:54 PDT 2015 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\67NR-2b2.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3034} {RPD}
[7 south]
{Wed Apr 04 00:52:51 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\67NR-214.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3035} {RPD}
[1 far southeast | Remnants of the flag of a 1 show within the upper loop of the 8 and next to the 8.]
{Thu May 17 17:11:31 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\67NR-20cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3036 F-18} {RPD}
[1867 north | Coin shown is a later die stage with a retained cud over the date.]
{Sun Jun 10 23:38:32 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-21cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3037} {RPD}
[1867 southwest]
{Sun Jun 10 23:40:51 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1g2.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3038 F-09} {RPD}
[18 south]
{Sat Sep 07 00:22:29 PDT 2013 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Gary Rosner

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1ln.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3039} {RPD}
[67 south strongly]
{Sat Dec 14 20:35:06 PST 2013 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Lance Newman

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1t2.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3040} {RPD}
[1 north 67 south]
{Sat Feb 08 19:25:55 PST 2014 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Tom Hannigan

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-2ln.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3041} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Fri Apr 04 21:49:05 PDT 2014 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Lance Newman

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-7me.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3042 F-35?} {RPD}
[867 south]
{Mon Jan 19 00:18:18 PST 2015 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-6me.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3043 F-52} {RPD}
[7 south]
{Mon Jan 19 00:16:32 PST 2015 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-7tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3044} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Thu Oct 20 22:01:02 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1d2.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3045} {RPD}
[7 south]
{Wed Jun 28 18:30:22 PDT 2017 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Doug Placensia/NGC

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-5b2.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-4000} {MPD}
[Possible base of a 1 protruding from the left side of the stalk above the ball]
{Tue May 12 14:24:54 PDT 2015 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-3cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-4000.5} {MPD}
[Possible base of a 1 protruding from the left side of the stalk above the ball. Later die stage show a crack at K3.]
{Tue May 12 14:11:44 PDT 2015 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-1cp.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-4001} {MPD}
[Head of a 1 seen in the lower part of the shield]
{Wed Apr 04 00:53:27 PDT 2012 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: Chris Pilliod

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-25cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-4002 FS-002.75} {MPD}
[Wild misplaced "1" digit in the lower right shield. | Early die stage without cracks. | This obverse is listed in Cherrypickers' Guide as FS-002.75, but CPG lists it as a With Rays reverse whereas this coin is a No Rays reverse. See 1867 S1-4000. Additionally, I have had reports that the obverse does occur in conjunction with a With Rays reverse but I have not yet verified that. So it is unknown at this point whether CPG is in error or whether the same obverse appears with both a With Rays and a No Rays reverse.]
{Tue Sep 27 01:10:31 PDT 2016 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1ck.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-4002.5 FS-002.75} {MPD}
[Wild misplaced "1" digit in the lower right shield. | Later die stage shows cracks in the upper right quadrant. | See notes under S2-4002 about the reverse.]
{Tue Sep 27 01:08:45 PDT 2016 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Charles Kolb

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-10tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-4003} {MPD}
[MPD (unknown digit) in denticles below 67.]
{Thu Oct 20 22:16:40 PDT 2016 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\67NR-202.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6000 F-64} {ML}
{Tue Apr 03 21:01:13 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-6b2.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6001 F-67} {ML}
{Sat Jan 09 01:08:31 PST 2016 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-206.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6001.5 F-67} {ML}
[Later die stage shows some cracks especially of the bottom of the lowest leaves left and right.]
{Sat Jan 09 00:56:21 PST 2016 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\67NR-12cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6002 F-68(?)} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 00:54:49 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-22cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6002.5 F-68} {ML}
[Later die stage is a confirmed F-68 due to matching die crack through the 1.]
{Sun Jun 10 23:41:13 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-2cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6003} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 00:56:22 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-2b3.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6004 F-66} {ML}
{Wed Aug 02 02:11:29 PDT 2017 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Brian Walker

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-56jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6004.5 F-66} {ML}
[Later die stage shows more and heavier die cracks.]
{Wed Aug 02 01:54:59 PDT 2017 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-220.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6005 F-65} {ML}
{Fri Mar 13 22:32:15 PDT 2015 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-57jj.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6005.5 F-65} {ML}
[Later die stage shows more cracks both obverse and reverse.]
{Fri Mar 13 22:27:55 PDT 2015 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\67NR-19cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6006} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 00:55:12 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-110.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6007 F-63(?)} {ML}
[Die crack description in Fletcher matches for F-63, but die polish lines in lower shield do not appear to match.]
{Tue Jun 20 00:22:36 PDT 2017 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\67NR-103.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-7000 F-54 FS-002 1-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 1867 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:00:21 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\67NR-3x1.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-7000.5 F-54 FS-002 1-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 1867 south | Later die stage shows die crack from right arrowhead to rim.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:29:41 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}

.\\67NR-1th.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-7001} {DDR, RPD}
[DDR: Splits on some letters in AMERICA. | RPD: 1-7 south very far. It's possible the 8 and 6 are repunched as well. | Note that the close-ups of the DDR are from a different coin than the rest of the photos - the DDR was not initially recognized until another coin showed up.]
{Fri May 11 02:29:49 PDT 2012 r3} {7:3 images}
Contributor: Tom Hartl

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-218.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-7002} {DDO, MPD}
[SW Minor | MPD 1 on top of ball]
{Sun Aug 31 22:34:28 PDT 2014 r3} {7:1 images}

.\\67NR-201.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-8000}
[Very strong die clash visible on both obverse and reverse]
{Wed Apr 04 22:41:05 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}

.\\67NR-211.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-8001 F-53} {RPD}
[1 north 67 south | Engraver's slip next to engraved leaf. | Strongly rotated dies, about 90 degrees. Second reverse photo shows rotation. It is unknown if all F-53 have the rotated reverse. | Doubling on the date is strike doubling.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:04:00 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}

.\\67NR-213.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-8002}
[Very strongly clashed dies visible on the reverse.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:04:12 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-9tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-8002.5}
[Clashed reverse. | Later die stage shows rim cud above ED (UNITED).]
{Thu Oct 20 22:02:02 PDT 2016 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\67NR-16cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-8003}
[Lathe lines visible obverse, lightly clashed dies visible reverse]
{Wed Apr 04 00:55:03 PDT 2012 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-23cg.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-8004}
[Interesting cud over the date.]
{Sun Jun 10 23:41:36 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-8005}
[Clashed dies reverse.]
{Fri Jan 01 23:33:57 PST 2016 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-11tm.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-8006}
[Clashed obverse and reverse.]
{Thu Oct 20 22:06:41 PDT 2016 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-109.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-8007}
[Clashed dies reverse.]
{Sun Jun 04 23:17:25 PDT 2017 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\67NR-205.coin: 1867 {Other, Other} {S2-9000 F#1}
[Counterfeit]
{Tue Apr 03 21:03:21 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-204.coin: 1867 {Other, Other} {S2-9001}
[Counterfeit | Same obverse as S2-9004. Different reverse (note broken O in OF).]
{Sun Jul 22 20:37:41 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\67NR-210.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-9002}
[Probable cast counterfeit in white metal. 4.71 grams.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:03:51 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\67NR-6cg.coin: 1867 {Other, Other} {S2-9003 F#4}
[Counterfeit]
{Wed Apr 04 00:57:17 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-1gc.coin: 1867 {Other, Other} {S2-9004}
[Counterfeit. | Obverse is the same as S2-9001. Different reverse.]
{Sun Jul 22 20:34:59 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Gary Carraway

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-300.coin: 1867 {Other, Other} {S2-9005}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be very deceptive, as the features of the coin appear crude and off-kilter compared to the real coin. Also note the first couple digits of the date go under the ball.]
{Wed Oct 24 23:32:34 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-215.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-9006 F#2}
[Cast counterfeit.]
{Mon Jul 09 00:33:22 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\67NR-108.coin: 1867 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-9007}
[Cast counterfeit.]
{Thu Aug 16 22:14:22 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67NR-26cg.coin: 1867 {Other, Other} {S2-9008}
[Counterfeit. | Same obverse as S1-9000.]
{Tue Sep 27 01:37:05 PDT 2016 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\67WR-1b2.coin: 1867 Proof {a: Notched arrow, I: With rays} {S1-0001}
[Typical example of the clandestine 1867 with rays proof. The same hubs as the business strike were used.]
{Fri Nov 30 23:54:15 PST 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\67NR-18cg.coin: 1867 Proof {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-0001}
[Typical example of the normal reverse No Rays proof]
{Wed Apr 04 00:55:08 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\67NR-2sw.coin: 1867 Proof {a: Notched arrow, IIo: 67Proof} {S3-3000 FS-1867-1001} {RPD}
[7 southwest | Typical example of the original 25 1867 proof strikes. | Obverse is the standard a:Notched arrow hub, but the reverse is unique among production strikes (it was also used for some pattern coins like J-507). Stars point to first T (STATES), first A (AMERICA), E (AMERICA). | Two center dots are also diagnostic for this hub (on both the pattern coins and the 1867 no rays proof).]
{Wed Apr 04 01:07:50 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\67NR-2x1.coin: 1867 Proof {Other, Other} {S9-0000 J-561}
[A beautiful pattern with devices unlike those used in any production shield nickel.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:29:36 PDT 2012 r3} {2:0 images}

.\\68r67-0.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1868r67 | Date shows both strike doubling and repunching (RPD is F-12)]
{Sat May 12 00:08:36 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-114.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1000 40-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Earlier die stage shows no obverse cracks.]
{Sat Sep 28 22:27:06 PDT 2013 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-3.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1000.5 40-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Later die stage shows obverse cracks at cross, lowest leaves (both sides), and date.]
{Sat Sep 28 22:27:37 PDT 2013 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-102.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1001 F-37 34-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:17 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-103.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1002 F-42 FS-003 1-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Major]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:22 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-203.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1003 59-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:24:53 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-105.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1004 F-35(?) 14-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:34 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-1j3.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1004.3 F-35?} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Not a die stage. This coin appears to be the same variety as S1-1004. It looks like there is a slight difference in the die crack heading north from the first 8 to the ball, but otherwise these coins match extremely well.]
{Fri Mar 13 21:39:07 PDT 2015 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Joseph Rose

.\\68r67-205.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1005 F-40 FS-003.8 6-O-III} {DDO}
[SE Major]
{Tue Apr 03 21:25:07 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-1cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1006 F-36? 12-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 00:58:55 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-2sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1007 17-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 01:08:06 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-221.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1008 47-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Fri Nov 11 16:58:50 PST 2016 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-1rp.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1008.5 47-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Later die stage shows more pronounced die cracks, especially internal cud near date.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:46:36 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Rick Perry

.\\68r67-54jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1009 F-39 27-O-II} {DDO}
[DDO visible at motto with spread towards the rim]
{Wed Apr 04 01:17:31 PDT 2012 r3} {8:3 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-206.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1010} {DDO}
[DS Major]
{Tue Apr 03 21:25:13 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-71jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1011 48-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Circular line from bottom leaf left to left arrow fletch is a scratch in the mylar.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:09 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-74jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1012} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:23 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-77jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1013 F-34 (F-38) FS-003.9 9-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:39 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-210.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1015} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:25:55 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-1tp.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1016} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 01:23:12 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: JJ Teaparty

.\\68r67-1kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1017 15-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue May 29 17:50:18 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-2kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1018 16-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor]
{Tue May 29 18:03:34 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-212.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1020 18-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Mon Jul 09 00:44:22 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-5kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1021 19-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue May 29 17:51:08 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-6kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1022 20-O-IV} {DDO}
[Motto doubling]
{Tue May 29 17:51:23 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-116.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1023 21-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor]
{Thu May 11 01:04:20 PDT 2017 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-7kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1023.5 21-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | Later die stage shows die cracks through date expanding into die breaks.]
{Thu May 11 01:02:23 PDT 2017 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-8kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1026 28-O-II} {DDO}
[Motto doubling]
{Tue May 29 17:51:59 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-220.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1028 33-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Fri Sep 18 15:50:38 PDT 2015 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-10kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1028.5 33-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Later die stage shows much more pronounced die cracks at the top of the cross.]
{Fri Sep 18 15:46:16 PDT 2015 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-11kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1029 35-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor]
{Tue May 29 17:52:29 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-12kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1030 36-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 01:25:16 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-17cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1030.5 36-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | Later die stage shows strong die crack through date and other lesser die cracks.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:58:37 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-13kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1031 38-O-II} {DDO}
[Motto doubling]
{Tue May 29 17:52:43 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-14kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1032 41-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue May 29 17:52:57 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-15kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1033 50-O-II} {DDO}
[Motto doubling, hard to see in photos.]
{Tue May 29 17:53:11 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-15cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1034 61-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 00:58:25 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-108.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1035} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:55 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-109.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1036} {DDO}
[DS Minor | It is possible that this is a much later die stage of S1-1015, as the date position and the die cracks through the date are at least extremely similar. However, the shape of the engraved leaf looks a little different to me. If it is S1-1015, it is clearly a much later die stage as S1-1015 shows no trace of the obverse and reverse cuds present on this specimen. For now, I'm listing it as a new variety.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:24:03 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-11me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1038} {DDO}
[DS Minor | This listing probably duplicates S1-7002, but the RPD doesn't show up for some reason. Other die markers match.]
{Sat Sep 01 00:17:23 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-213.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1039} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Sat Aug 03 12:57:31 PDT 2013 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-215.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1040} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Sat Aug 03 13:23:12 PDT 2013 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-12tm.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-1041} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Sun Jul 02 17:13:00 PDT 2017 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-1cs.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-2000 F-44 1-R-II} {DDR}
[Doubling towards the rim on "OF AMERICA" | Also see later die stage reverse paired with different obverse (this obverse presumably failed due to evident crack and breaks).]
{Sat Aug 03 13:01:06 PDT 2013 r3} {8:3 images}
Contributor: Craig Sorochin

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-1jc.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-2000.5 F-44 1-R-II} {DDR}
[Doubling towards the rim on "OF AMERICA" | Later die stage shows more die cracking and breaking among the doubled letters. This later die stage reverse is paired with a different obverse - the previous obverse presumably failed due to its numerous cracks and breaks.]
{Sat Aug 03 12:59:49 PDT 2013 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: John Coxe

.\\68r67-19kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-2002 2-R-II} {DDR}
[Doubled letters on reverse]
{Tue May 29 17:54:32 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-20kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-2003 3-R-II} {DDR}
[Doubled letters on reverse]
{Tue May 29 17:54:48 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-21kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-2004 4-R-II} {DDR}
[Doubled letters on reverse]
{Tue May 29 17:55:02 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-1.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3000 F-12} {RPD}
[Second 8 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:02 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\68r67-100.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3001 F-21} {RPD}
[18 north, second 8 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:07 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\68r67-101.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3002 F-25 FS-003.4} {RPD}
[1868 southeast, 1 south | TPD]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:11 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\68r67-3cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3004} {RPD}
[8 south | Possible small RPD, the curve that sits on the midpoint of the 8 is additional metal sitting on top of the 8]
{Wed Apr 04 00:59:19 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-4cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3005} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Wed Apr 04 00:59:31 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-5cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3006} {RPD}
[Second 8 south]
{Wed Apr 04 00:59:43 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-10cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3007} {RPD}
[1 north, base of 1 visible partway up the shaft of the primary 1]
{Wed Apr 04 00:57:56 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-1sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3008 F-19 FS-003.2} {RPD}
[1 north, 68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:08:01 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\68r67-211.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3008.5 F-19 FS-003.2} {RPD}
[1 north, 68 south | The obverse appears to be a slightly earlier die stage with lighter die cracks. But the reverse is a later die stage (presumably from a different die) that shows a rim cud at about K4:30 and some cracks along the tops of letters in AMERICA.]
{Thu May 17 17:12:15 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\68r67-1jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3009 F-11} {RPD}
[1 northwest, 68 southwest]
{Wed Apr 04 01:16:45 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-2jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3010 F-28(?)} {RPD}
[1 north 8 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:16:51 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-3jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3011 F-30} {RPD}
[68 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:16:55 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-50jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3012 F-10} {RPD}
[18-8 south | Earlier die stage than that pictured in Fletcher, die crack through date is much lighter. | Line under D W (goD We) obverse is a scratch in the mylar.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:17:07 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-76jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3012.5 F-10} {RPD}
[18-8 south | Later die stage shows the die break through the date visible in Fletcher.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:33 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-2me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3012.7 F-10} {RPD}
[18-8 south (doubling on first 8 not visible on this lower grade example). | This die stage shows the crack through the date visible in Fletcher, but is even later as the die crack is becoming a die break.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:31:27 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\68r67-52jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3013} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:17:21 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-53jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3014 F-33} {RPD}
[Second 8 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:17:26 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-57jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3015 F-26} {RPD}
[1 north slightly, 68 south (clockwise tilt)]
{Wed Apr 04 01:17:48 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-59jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3016 PM-03.2} {RPD}
[1 north, other digits show very slight repunching]
{Wed Apr 04 01:18:03 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-60jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3017} {RPD}
[868 south very strong]
{Wed Apr 04 01:18:08 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-62jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3018} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:18:19 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-64jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3020} {RPD}
[1 north, 8 south slightly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:18:30 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-65jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3021} {RPD}
[1 north 68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:18:35 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-66jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3022} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:18:41 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-67jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3023} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:18:47 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-68jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3024} {RPD}
[1 north 8 south | Circular line from lower leaf right to right arrow head is a scratch in the mylar.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:18:52 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-69jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3025} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:18:56 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-1me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3027} {RPD}
[1 north, 68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:31:20 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\68r67-5me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3028} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:31:32 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\68r67-75jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3029} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:28 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-11cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3030} {RPD}
[Second 8 south within bottom bowl]
{Wed Apr 04 00:58:02 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-1ms.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3031} {RPD}
[1 northwest 68 southwest clockwise tilt]
{Wed Apr 04 01:30:52 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Marc Serafine

.\\68r67-7me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3032} {RPD}
[1 north 68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:31:38 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\68r67-8me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3033} {RPD}
[68 southwest]
{Wed Apr 04 01:31:43 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\68r67-1rw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3034 F-29} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:33:53 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Robert Wilharm

.\\68r67-1x1.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3035} {RPD}
[1 north, second 8 south (clockwise tilt)]
{Wed Apr 04 01:29:53 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\68r67-1td.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3036} {RPD}
[1 north 8 south slightly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:36:23 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Tony Dalton

.\\68r67-1ld.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3037} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:28:52 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Lee Day

.\\68r67-18cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3038} {RPD}
[6 south]
{Wed Apr 04 00:58:43 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-21cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3039} {RPD}
[1 north Base of underlying 1 shows partway up the shaft of the primary 1.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:59:04 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-9me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3040} {RPD}
[186 north.]
{Sat Sep 01 00:27:39 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-10me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3041} {RPD}
[Second 8 south.]
{Sat Sep 01 00:18:16 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-1gs.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3043} {RPD}
[18 north. The 1 is dramatically triple-punched with wide spacing between punches.]
{Sat Nov 23 18:38:18 PST 2013 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Gary Schrader

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-1b2.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3044} {RPD}
[1 north second 8 south (clockwise tilt)]
{Sun Apr 20 19:26:05 PDT 2014 r3} {7:3 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-22kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3045} {RPD}
[1 north 868 south | Clockwise tilt. Very slightly visible on last three digits.]
{Fri Oct 30 21:37:55 PDT 2015 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-1dp.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3046} {RPD}
[1 south | Other digits may also have slight repunches, but it's hard to see through the dirt on the coin.]
{Wed Nov 04 02:51:50 PST 2015 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Dennis Paulsen

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-23cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3047 F-20 FS-003.98} {RPD}
[1868 southwest | All four digits are repunched extremely far to the southwest.]
{Tue Mar 29 21:05:55 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-115.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3048 F-29.02 FS-003.7} {RPD}
[Second 8 south]
{Sun Jan 08 22:26:21 PST 2017 r3} {5:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-2d2.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3049} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Wed Jun 28 18:39:59 PDT 2017 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Doug Placensia/NGC

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-22cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3942} {RPD}
[Possible flag of a 1 protruding from the left side of the first 8. Unconfirmed.]
{Fri May 03 00:11:55 PDT 2013 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-200.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-4000 MPD-002} {MPD}
[Flag of 1 protrudes from left side of ball]
{Tue Apr 03 21:24:25 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\68r67-1jr.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-4002} {MPD}
[Flag of a 1 protrudes from the left side of the ball. Shaft of a 1 connects the ball to the first 8 of the date.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:13:51 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Jason Renaud

.\\68r67-202.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6000 F-46} {ML}
{Tue Apr 03 21:24:39 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-217.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6000.5 F-46} {ML}
[Slightly later die stage (die cracks are a little heavier). Primary reason for inclusion is to show the different reverse. S1-6000 shows a lot of die fatigue lines around the big 5; that die looks to have been replaced with a newer one here.]
{Sun Jun 01 15:44:38 PDT 2014 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\68r67-208.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6001 FS-003.99} {ML}
[Dramatic circular scribe line obverse (see additional photos). | Final photo courtesy of JT Stanton.]
{Sun May 06 00:45:43 PDT 2012 r3} {8:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-111.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6002 F-51} {ML}
{Thu Aug 16 22:15:01 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\68r67-56jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6003 F-50} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 01:17:42 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-58jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6004 F-52} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 01:17:57 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-224.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6005} {ML}
{Sun May 28 18:53:14 PDT 2017 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-12cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6005.2} {ML}
[Later die stage reverse shows a crack through the top of MERICA.]
{Sun May 28 18:49:01 PDT 2017 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-7tm.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6005.5} {ML}
[Later die stage shows cracks in upper left quadrant.]
{Thu Oct 20 22:08:25 PDT 2016 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\68r67-14cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6006} {ML}
[Artifacts off the left side of the ball appear to be die fatigue.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:58:20 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-1kc.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-6007 F-54} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 01:24:47 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Cohn

.\\68r67-201.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7000 F-45 FS-003.95 43-O-II} {DDO, DDR}
[DDO at motto spread towards rim | DDR at lettering spread towards rim]
{Fri May 11 23:37:09 PDT 2012 r3} {8:3 images}

.\\68r67-1d2.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7001 F-35.01 45-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Minor | RPD 1 north second 8 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:11:08 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Doug Placensia/NGC

.\\68r67-2.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7001.5 F-35.01 45-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Minor | RPD 1 north second 8 south | Later die stage shows several die cracks, particularly near the cross.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:24:19 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}

.\\68r67-106.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7002} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO DS Minor | RPD 1 north 868 south | RPD is strongest on the 1, very minor on 868, seen inside upper loops of digits. | Early die stage has only a few light die cracks, most notably along the baselines of several letters in IGWT.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:42 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}

.\\68r67-204.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7002.5 40-O-IV?} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO DS Minor | RPD 1 north 868 south | RPD is strongest on the 1, very minor on 868, seen inside upper loops of digits. | Later die stage has heavier and many more die cracks - along the bases of most of the letters in IGWT, through the top of the cross, through 18 to the ball, and more.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:25:02 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r67-107.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7003 F-43 FS-003.97 11-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Major | RPD 1 north | Early die stage shows little or no die cracks.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:49 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}

.\\68r67-3sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7003.5 F-43 FS-003.97 11-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Major | RPD 1 north | Later die stage show substantial die break through date and lighter die cracks near the cross and bottom leaf left.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:08:12 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\68r67-51jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7004 F-17} {RPD, ML}
[18 north 68 south (clockwise rotation)]
{Wed Apr 04 01:17:12 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-110.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7004.5 F-17} {RPD, ML}
[18 north 68 south (clockwise rotation) Later die stage shows more pronounced die cracks.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:24:14 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\68r67-55jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7005 F-41 29-O-II} {DDO, ML}
[DDO visible at motto with spread towards the rim]
{Wed Apr 04 01:17:36 PDT 2012 r3} {8:3 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-70jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7006} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Minor | RPD 8 south slightly | Circular line at K5 obverse is a scratch in the mylar.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:02 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-72jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7007 51-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO DS Minor | RPD 1 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:14 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r67-1bs.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7008 30-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Minor | RPD 1 northwest slightly]
{Wed Apr 04 00:53:14 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Blaise Sidor

.\\68r67-13cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7009 F-15} {RPD, ML}
[1 north, second 8 south]
{Wed Apr 04 00:58:14 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r67-104.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7010 F-09.01 MPD-004} {RPD, MPD}
[RPD: 18 north | MPD: Flag of 1 protrudes from left side of ball]
{Tue Apr 03 21:23:28 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-225.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7011 44-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: SW Minor | RPD: Second 8 south]
{Sun May 28 19:14:55 PDT 2017 r3} {7:1 images}

.\\68r67-17kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7012 22-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: Motto doubling | RPD: 1 north]
{Tue May 29 17:53:35 PDT 2012 r3} {4:3 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-113.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7013 F-18 25-O-II} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: Motto doubling | RPD: 186 northwest | Fletcher makes no mention of the motto doubling, which is very hard to see in the photos but was catalogued by Ken Hill for CONECA.]
{Sat Sep 07 00:38:30 PDT 2013 r3} {8:2 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-73jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7013.2 F-18 25-O-II} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: Motto doubling | RPD: 186 northwest | See S1-7013 - this listing provides a more complete photo set.]
{Sat Sep 01 00:22:35 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-18kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7013.5 F-18 25-O-II} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: Motto doubling | RPD: 186 northwest | Fletcher makes no mention of the motto doubling, which is very hard to see in the photos but was catalogued by Ken Hill for CONECA. | Slightly later die stage has more pronounced die cracks/breaks.]
{Sat Sep 07 00:37:56 PDT 2013 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r67-16cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7014} {RPD, ML}
[18 north]
{Wed Apr 04 00:58:31 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-1ws.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7015 F-04} {RPD, ML}
[1 north, second 8 south slightly]
{Sat Mar 09 18:11:50 PST 2013 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Wayne Scott

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-2cs.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7016 F-16} {RPD, ML}
[18 north second 8 south (clockwise rotation)]
{Sun Oct 06 23:31:08 PDT 2013 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Craig Sorochin

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-218.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7017} {MPD, ML}
[MPD 1 on top of the ball. Possible other MPD artifacts (within the shield) indicated in photos (not enough to tell).]
{Sun Aug 31 22:26:55 PDT 2014 r3} {6:2 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-1gb.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-7018} {DDR, RPD}
[DDR: Slight DDR visible towards the rim on MERI (AMERICA) | RPD: 867 south]
{Sat Oct 01 18:41:13 PDT 2016 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

.\\68r67-207.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-8000} {RPD}
[Second 8 south, very slightly. The date is jammed well into the ball. | Bizarre-looking artifact near the right scroll, possibly a die break but the position and shape is unlike any other seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:25:19 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}

.\\68r67-19cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-8001}
[Clashed dies on reverse.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:58:49 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-1tm.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-8002}
[Clashed dies reverse.]
{Fri Jan 01 23:37:34 PST 2016 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-3tm.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-8003}
[Clashed dies reverse.]
{Fri Jan 01 23:38:45 PST 2016 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-117.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-8004}
[Clashed dies reverse. | May require tilting in the light to see well.]
{Sun Jun 04 23:20:42 PDT 2017 r3} {6:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-10tm.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-8005}
[Clashed dies reverse.]
{Sun Jul 02 17:25:41 PDT 2017 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r67-11tm.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-8006}
[Clashed dies reverse.]
{Sun Jul 02 17:32:49 PDT 2017 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r67-112.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-9000}
[Cast counterfeit. | I think this is an 1868, but I'm not positive!]
{Thu Aug 16 22:15:42 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\68r68-0.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0000}
[Typical 1868r68 | Broken C reverse is the most common]
{Tue Apr 03 21:26:35 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\68r68-2sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0001 FS-002.94}
[Typical - other dies exist.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:08:24 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\68r68-100.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0001.5 1 FS-002.94}
[Broken C reverse | Typical - other dies exist. | Not a die stage, a different die.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:26:50 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\68r68-1sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0002 FS-002.95}
[Typical - other dies exist.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:08:18 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\68r68-8.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0002.5 FS-002.95}
[Broken C/S reverse | Typical - other dies exist. | Not a die stage, a different die.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:28:41 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\68r68-3sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0003 FS-002.96}
[Typical - other dies exist.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:08:30 PDT 2012 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\68r68-106.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0003.5 FS-002.96}
[Broken C/S/S reverse | Typical - other dies exist. | Not a die stage, a different die. | An interesting coin, with numerous die gouges at K7-K8.]
{Sun May 06 00:23:31 PDT 2012 r3} {8:0 images}

.\\68r68-4sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0004 FS-002.97}
[Typical - other dies exist.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:08:36 PDT 2012 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\68r68-101.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0004.5 FS-002.97}
[Broken C/S/S/D reverse | Typical - other dies exist. | Not a die stage, a different die.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:26:59 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\68r68-5sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0005 FS-002.98}
[No broken letters. Typical - other dies exist.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:08:42 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\68r68-200.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0005.5 FS-002.98}
[No broken letters reverse | Typical - other dies exist. | Not a die stage, a different die.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:27:46 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\68r68-6sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0006 FS-002.99}
[Transitional from no broken letters to one broken letter. A thin piece of the bottom curve of the C (CENTS) remains. | Typical - other dies exist. | Coin also shows a minor repunched date, catalogued elsewhere as S2-3000.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:00 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\68r68-1cs.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0007}
[Transitional from one broken letter to two broken letters. A full lower curve of the S (CENTS) is visible, but is about half the width of the normal curve. Other dies may exist.]
{Sun May 06 00:25:13 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Craig Sorochin

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-2cs.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-0008}
[Transitional from two broken letters to three broken letters. A full upper curve of the first S (STATES) is visible, but is about half the width of the normal curve. Other dies may exist.]
{Fri Jan 25 13:42:51 PST 2013 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Craig Sorochin

.\\68r68-10.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1000 56-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Reverse Broken C/S/S]
{Tue Apr 03 21:26:41 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-1cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1001 F-108 7-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | Reverse Broken C | Earlier die stage, no die crack along the bottom of the shield]
{Wed Apr 04 01:00:12 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r68-6.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1001.5 F-108 7-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | Reverse Broken C | Later die stage, die crack from hook above left side of ball across bottom of shield.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:28:32 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-9.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1002 39-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | Reverse Broken C]
{Tue Apr 03 21:28:48 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-102.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1003 F-107 8-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Major | Reverse Broken C]
{Tue Apr 03 21:27:03 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-103.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1004 FS-003.65 10-O-III+IV} {DDO}
[DN Minor SW Minor | TDO | Reverse Broken C]
{Tue Apr 03 21:27:08 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-104.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1005 F-105 55-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Reverse Broken C]
{Tue Apr 03 21:27:12 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-105.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1006 52-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | Reverse Broken C]
{Tue Apr 03 21:27:16 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-2jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1006.5 52-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | Reverse Broken C | Slightly later die stage - die cracks are more prominent and there are a couple new ones.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:48 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r68-1tr.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1007 FS-003.96 3-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Major | Broken C/S/S/D reverse]
{Wed Apr 04 01:34:06 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-52jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1008 46-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | A higher grade coin may show a slight RPD north on the 1.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:20:04 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r68-7cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1010 42-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Major | Reverse Broken C/S]
{Wed Apr 04 01:00:53 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r68-8cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1011 23-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Major | Broken C/S reverse]
{Wed Apr 04 01:02:06 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r68-107.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1012} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Reverse Broken C | Small blob of metal at the bottom left of the vertical unlined column directly over the ball is a nice die marker.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:27:29 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-9cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1013} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 01:02:15 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r68-2kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1014 13-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor]
{Tue May 29 17:29:41 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r68-3kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1015 24-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue May 29 17:30:29 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r68-1dp.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1016 26-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Reverse Broken C/S]
{Wed Apr 04 01:06:52 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Dennis Paulsen

.\\68r68-5kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1017 31-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue May 29 17:32:58 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r68-6kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1018 32-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor]
{Tue May 29 18:04:47 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r68-108.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1019 37-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Broken C reverse.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:27:35 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\68r68-8kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1020 49-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor]
{Tue May 29 17:48:46 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r68-203.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1021} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Reverse is the transitional between the broken C and broken C/S reverses.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:28:05 PDT 2012 r3} {8:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r68-109.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1022} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Broken C/S Reverse]
{Fri Nov 06 16:58:27 PST 2015 r3} {7:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\68r68-1sm.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-1023} {DDO}
[Strong motto doubling visible on most letters. No broken letters on the reverse.]
{Fri Nov 20 00:35:52 PST 2015 r3} {8:3 images}
Contributor: Shea Mowat

.\\68r68-7sw.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3000} {RPD}
[1 north second 8 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:07 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\68r68-1jr.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3000.5} {RPD}
[1 north second 8 south | Partial broken C reverse | Later die stage with die crack running through ball.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:13:58 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Jason Renaud

.\\68r68-1jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3001} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:44 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r68-51jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3003} {RPD}
[68 south | Broken C Reverse]
{Wed Apr 04 01:19:59 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-1me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3004 F-106.5} {RPD}
[68 south, clockwise tilt]
{Sat Sep 01 00:20:44 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-3tm.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3005 F-104 (probably)} {RPD}
[1868 south]
{Thu Oct 20 22:09:06 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\68r68-53jj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3006} {RPD}
[18 north | Broken C/S reverse]
{Wed Apr 04 01:20:09 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\68r68-3me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3007} {RPD}
[Second 8 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:32:08 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\68r68-10cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3008} {RPD}
[Second 8 south | No broken letters reverse]
{Wed Apr 04 00:59:59 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r68-12cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3009} {RPD}
[18 north | Broken C reverse.]
{Sun Jun 10 23:42:00 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-1g2.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3010} {RPD}
[TPD: Second 8 north two times. | Broken C/S reverse.]
{Sun Apr 20 20:05:45 PDT 2014 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Gary Rosner

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-1pj.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3011} {RPD}
[18 north | Broken C/S reverse]
{Wed Apr 08 00:56:03 PDT 2015 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Patrick Jenkins

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-1d2.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-3012} {RPD}
[1 north 68 south (clockwise rotation) | Broken C reverse]
{Wed Mar 01 20:49:36 PST 2017 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Doug Placensia/NGC

.\\68r68-6cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-4000 F-102 FS-003.1} {MPD}
[Portions of a numeral 1 protrude from the left side of the ball. This variety is possibly the most conclusive evidence that shield nickel MPDs are real. | Reverse Broken C]
{Wed Apr 04 01:00:48 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r68-4me.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-4001} {MPD}
[Bits of the digits 868 can be seen down in the denticles.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:32:15 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-15cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-6000} {ML}
[Broken C reverse. | This is the first ML seen with a IIb:Rev68 reverse.]
{Sun Jan 12 23:20:19 PST 2014 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-1gs.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-6001} {ML}
[Broken C reverse. | A second ML with a IIb:Rev68 reverse - date position is slightly higher than S2-6000.]
{Sun Jan 12 23:23:48 PST 2014 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Gary Schrader

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-1bb.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-6002} {ML}
[Broken C/S/S/D reverse. | Another 1868 ML with IIb:Rev68 reverse. Worn condition makes it impossible to tell if the obverse is the same as S2-6001, but the reverse is definitely different (it has a different number of broken letters).]
{Sun Jan 12 23:21:54 PST 2014 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Bill Bonina

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-14cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-7000} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Minor | RPD 86 south | Broken C/S Reverse]
{Fri May 03 00:14:10 PDT 2013 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\68r68-1kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-7001 60-O-VIII} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Minor | RPD 8 south slightly | Reverse Broken C/S | This is primarily motto doubling only, although a slight thickening of the annulet is visible.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:27:01 PDT 2012 r3} {8:2 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\68r68-9kh.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-7002 5-R-II} {DDR, RPD}
[DDR: Doubled letters on reverse | RPD: 1868 south]
{Tue May 29 17:49:43 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-13cg.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-8000}
[Strange artifacts near cross and annulet, and strangely flattened strike to the west of the cross. Unclear what caused this. | Broken C/S reverse.]
{Fri May 03 00:13:15 PDT 2013 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\68r68-6tm.coin: 1868 {a: Notched arrow, IIb: Rev68} {S2-8001}
[Unusual die gouge in shield.]
{Thu Oct 20 22:10:28 PDT 2016 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\68r68-201.coin: 1868 {Other, Other} {S2-9000}
[Counterfeit. | Appears to be a combination of dies from two counterfeits listed in Fletcher - 1868 F#1 and the 1869 unnumbered counterfeit. The mix and match dies imply that it was probably a single counterfeiter who produced both of the coins in Fletcher and this one. | The reverse closeup photo shows the split O in OF.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:27:55 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\68r67-11.coin: 1868 Proof {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3003} {RPD}
[68 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:24:09 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\69ND-100.coin: 1869 Narrow date {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-0000 F-01 FS-005 BR2481}
[Typical narrow date - other dies exist. Some literature calls this a "tall date" - that's a misnomer as the date is no taller than the wide 1869 logotype.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:42:41 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\69ND-1sw.coin: 1869 Narrow date {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-0000.5 F-01 FS-005}
[Narrow logotype. | Not a die stage - aA different die, showing a date position much higher (touching the ball).]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:12 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\69ND-101.coin: 1869 Narrow date {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3000 F-02} {RPD}
[1 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:42:50 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\69ND-200.coin: 1869 Narrow date {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3001 F-03} {RPD}
[69 north]
{Tue Apr 03 21:42:55 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\69ND-50jj.coin: 1869 Narrow date {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S1-3002} {RPD}
[18 south slightly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:20:14 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-1.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-0000 F-101}
[Typical ObvA/r67 | Slight repunching on 9 is actually F-102.01]
{Tue Apr 03 21:43:28 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-2pj.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3000 F-104 FS-005.3} {RPD}
[1869 south]
{Tue May 12 14:09:24 PDT 2015 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Patrick Jenkins

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-100.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3000.5 F-104 FS-005.3} {RPD}
[1869 south | Later die stage shows cracks across the top of the cross.]
{Tue May 12 14:12:23 PDT 2015 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\69WD-5.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3001 F-102.01} {RPD}
[9 south | RPD is very slight]
{Tue Apr 03 21:45:08 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\69WD-7cg.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3002 F-105 FS-005.68 BR2484} {RPD}
[1869 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:02:36 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\69WD-201.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3002.5 F-105 FS-005.68 BR2484} {RPD}
[1869 north | Later die stage shows die cracks at date, motto, and bottom leaves both sides.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:44:19 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\69WD-1jj.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3003} {RPD}
[1869 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:20:19 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-51jj.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3004 F-103} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:20:28 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-55jj.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3005} {RPD}
[869 north, quite strongly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:20:47 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-61jj.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3006} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:21:18 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-50jj.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3007} {RPD}
[18 north 9 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:20:23 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-1gb.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3008} {RPD}
[18 north, quite strongly on the 1]
{Wed Apr 04 01:12:16 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69WD-10cg.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-3009} {RPD}
[1 north 69 south (clockwise rotation)]
{Fri May 03 00:11:00 PDT 2013 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\69WD-4cg.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6000} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 01:02:24 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-211.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6001 F-118} {ML}
{Sat Jun 20 17:05:14 PDT 2015 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69WD-2tm.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6002 F-119} {ML}
{Thu Oct 20 22:11:02 PDT 2016 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\69WD-2x1.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6003 F-116} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 01:30:04 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\69WD-4me.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-6004} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 01:32:32 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\69WD-2.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S3-0000 F-201}
[Typical ObvA/r70]
{Tue Apr 03 21:44:14 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\69WD-203.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S3-3000 F-202} {RPD}
[18 north - very far.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:44:28 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\69WD-8cg.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S3-3000.5 F-202} {RPD}
[18 north - very far. | Later die stage shows a long die crack at the top of the coin.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:02:41 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\69WD-54jj.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S3-6000 F-203} {ML}
{Wed Apr 04 01:20:42 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-204.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S3-6001 F-117(?)} {ML}
[The curving die crack on the right side of the obverse is a match for F-117, but the reverse hub is IIc instead of IIa as noted in Fletcher. Unknown whether this obverse occurs with two different reverses or whether the reverse type noted in Fletcher is wrong.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:44:41 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69WD-1tm.coin: 1869 {a: Notched arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S3-8000}
[Strongly rotated dies. Second reverse photo shows the degree of rotation.]
{Fri Jan 01 23:39:19 PST 2016 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

.\\69WD-202.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S4-0000 F-301}
[Typical ObvB/r67. Very difficult to find.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:44:24 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\69WD-102.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S4-0000.2 F-301}
[Not a die stage - just a different die from the previous. F-301 hub pairing is rare enough that it seems reasonable to track the different dies. | The line in the bowl of the 9 is probably a die crack, but it could also be a minor RPD.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:43:46 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\69WD-3.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S4-0000.4 F-301}
[Again, not a die stage - another different die pair for this rare die pairing.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:44:57 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\69WD-2td.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S4-0000.6 F-301}
[Again, not a die stage - another different die pair for this rare die pairing.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:36:39 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Tony Dalton

.\\69WD-104.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S4-0000.7}
[Again, not a die stage - another different die pair for this rare die pairing. | This is the nicest coin I've seen of this variety in many years of searching - it resides in a PCGS 62 holder.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:44:07 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69WD-12cg.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S4-1000} {DDO}
[DS Major]
{Tue Sep 27 01:20:27 PDT 2016 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\69WD-4.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-0000 F-401}
[Typical ObvB/r70]
{Tue Apr 03 21:45:03 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\69WD-5cg.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-1000 F-303} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Erroneously listed as reverse IIa in Fletcher. | See later die stage coin for higher grade example.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:02:32 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\69WD-205.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-1000.5 F-303} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Later die stage shows additional obverse cracking and significant die breaks on the reverse above STATES OF. | Erroneously listed as reverse IIa in Fletcher.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:44:49 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\69WD-57jj.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-1001} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Appearance of the ball above the date is post-strike damage.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:21:01 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-103.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-1002 F-413 FS-004 1-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Doubling also seen on the motto]
{Thu Jun 28 18:00:16 PDT 2012 r3} {8:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-208.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-1003} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Sun Aug 11 16:20:36 PDT 2013 r3} {6:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-213.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-1004} {DDO}
[SE Major | Early die stage with no cracks. See S5-1004.5 for photos of a much nicer example.]
{Fri Aug 05 21:29:07 PDT 2016 r3} {6:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69WD-1jl.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-1004.5} {DDO}
[SE Major | Slightly later die stage shows cracks through the bottom of the date and from the bottom of the lowest leaf on the left.]
{Fri Aug 05 21:28:25 PDT 2016 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Earhart Collection

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-212.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-1005} {DDO}
[DS Minor | A higher grade specimen may show more of a split at the annulet.]
{Fri Aug 05 21:36:02 PDT 2016 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\69WD-1x1.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3000 F-409 FS-005.6} {RPD}
[69 south | Clockwise tilt]
{Wed Apr 04 01:29:59 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\69WD-56jj.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3001} {RPD}
[69 south | Unknown what the knob on the northwest corner of the 9 is - part of die broke off?]
{Wed Apr 04 01:20:56 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-58jj.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3002} {RPD}
[1 north slightly | East doubling on the date is strike doubling.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:21:08 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-60jj.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3003} {RPD}
[69 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:21:13 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\69WD-1me.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3004 F-410} {RPD}
[69 south, 9 is farther south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:32:21 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\69WD-1td.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3005} {RPD}
[69 north strongly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:36:29 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Tony Dalton

.\\69WD-1th.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3006 F-405} {RPD}
[18 north 9 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:36:07 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Tom Hartl

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-3pj.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3007} {RPD}
[1869 north strong]
{Tue May 12 14:10:49 PDT 2015 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Patrick Jenkins

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69WD-1bw.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3007.5} {RPD}
[1869 north strong | Later die stage has more cracks and more pronounced cracks.]
{Fri Dec 09 16:54:42 PST 2016 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: W.O.Walker

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69WD-1ap.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3008} {RPD}
[9 south]
{Thu Feb 20 01:36:53 PST 2014 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Alex A. Pancheco, Tipsico Coin

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69WD-1d2.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-3009 VP-010} {RPD}
[186 north]
{Sat Feb 27 16:13:25 PST 2016 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Doug Placensia/NGC

.\\69WD-101.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-7000 F-414 FS-004.5 2-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Minor | RPD 869 south, 9 north]
{Tue Apr 03 21:43:37 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\69WD-9cg.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-7001 F-411} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: DS Minor | RPD: 69 South]
{Wed Apr 04 01:02:47 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\69WD-1gr.coin: 1869 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S5-7002} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: DS Minor | RPD: 1869 northwest]
{Wed Apr 04 01:12:46 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: George Reynolds

.\\69WD-3me.coin: 1869 {Other, Other} {S5-9000 F#1}
[Counterfeit. Severely broken O (OF) on reverse.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:32:26 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-209.coin: 1869 {Other, Other} {S5-9000.2 F#1}
[Not a die stage. Earlier coin has blurred photos. These photos are sharper, but the coin is not as nice.]
{Sun Aug 31 22:28:10 PDT 2014 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-206.coin: 1869 {Other, Other} {S5-9001}
[Counterfeit. | If genuine, one would say this has a strong repunched date 869 north.]
{Sun Jul 22 20:31:53 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69WD-11cg.coin: 1869 {Other, Other} {S5-9001.5}
[Counterfeit. Not a die stage, but due to differences in strike and wear this coin presents a very different look than S5-9001, so much so that you might mistake it for a different die.]
{Fri May 03 00:15:26 PDT 2013 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\69WD-214.coin: 1869 {Other, Other} {S5-9001.7}
[Counterfeit with cancellation marks on both sides. If genuine, one would say this has a strong repunched date 869 north.]
{Tue Jan 17 21:41:27 PST 2017 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\69-1b2.coin: 1869 Proof {a: Notched arrow, IIa: Rev67} {S2-0001}
[Typical 1869 proof with Obv. A and Rev. IIa (no other pairing is known on proofs)]
{Fri Nov 30 23:55:04 PST 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\70-0.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1870 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 21:45:44 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\70-102.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1001 F-08} {DDO}
[SE Major]
{Tue Apr 03 21:46:00 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\70-3.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1002 F-10} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Early die stage, no cracks]
{Tue Apr 03 21:47:26 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\70-211.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1002.5 F-10} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Late die stage, cracks]
{Tue Apr 28 14:41:01 PDT 2015 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\70-2sw.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1003} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:24 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\70-204.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1003.5} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Later die stage coin has more pronounced cracks/breaks.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:46:39 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\70-100.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2000 3-R-III} {DDR}
[Long rumored 1870r67, actually a DDR of r67 over r70]
{Fri May 11 23:40:23 PDT 2012 r3} {7:4 images}

.\\70-208.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2000.5 3-R-III} {DDR}
[Later die stage of S1-2000 shows a long die crack on on the obverse, and some die cracks connecting the tops of the reverse letters. The DDR is, again, r67 over r70.]
{Sat May 12 01:00:14 PDT 2012 r3} {8:4 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-3b2.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2001 4-R-III} {DDR}
[DDR is r67 over r70, different from S1-2000]
{Sun Apr 20 19:34:57 PDT 2014 r3} {8:4 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\70-103.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2002 F-14a FS-005.9 2-R-III} {DDR}
[DDR is r70 over r67. | This is the first of two different obverse dies this DDR is paired with. This is an earlier die stage coin lacking the characteristic die cracks around the bottom of the shield. It does show a light die crack through the date.]
{Fri May 11 23:47:06 PDT 2012 r3} {7:4 images}

.\\70-1x1.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2002.2 F-14a FS-005.9 2-R-III} {DDR}
[DDR is r70 over r67. | Later die stage paired with first obverse showing characteristic die cracks around the periphery of the bottom of the shield.]
{Fri May 11 23:47:56 PDT 2012 r3} {8:5 images}

.\\70-1sw.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2002.3 F-14a FS-005.9 2-R-III} {DDR}
[DDR is r70 over r67. | Another coin with a different look, perhaps a slightly later die stage with a crack crossing the ball.]
{Fri May 11 23:48:56 PDT 2012 r3} {8:4 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\70-2cg.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2002.4 FS-005.9 2-R-III} {DDR}
[DDR is r70 over r67 | Previously unknown obverse paired with the same reverse as S1-2002 and S1-2002.5. Die stage of the reverse indicates that this new obverse came between the two previously known obverses.]
{Fri May 11 23:49:41 PDT 2012 r3} {8:4 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\70-203.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2002.5 F-14b FS-005.9 2-R-III} {DDR}
[DDR is r70 over r67. | This is the second of two different obverse dies this DDR is paired with - note a different characteristic die crack at bottom of shield. | For pickup points on the reverse, see S1-2002.]
{Fri May 11 23:50:20 PDT 2012 r3} {8:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-4b2.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2002.6 F-14b FS-005.9 2-R-III} {DDR}
[DDR is r70 over r67. | This is the second of two different obverse dies this DDR is paired with - note a different characteristic die crack at bottom of shield. | This later die stage of S2-2002.5 shows more pronounced cracks both obverse and reverse. | For pickup points on the reverse, see S1-2002.]
{Sun Apr 20 19:40:07 PDT 2014 r3} {8:4 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-2x1.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2003} {DDR}
[DDR visible on several letters and stars. | It is probable that this is dual hub doubling (reverse IIc over reverse IIa) as the doubling shows in different directions. | Paired with a different obverse, this reverse also appears as 1870 S1-2003.5, S1-2003.7 and S1-7000.]
{Fri Mar 13 22:02:12 PDT 2015 r3} {8:2 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-2me.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2003.5} {DDR}
[DDR visible on several letters and stars. | It is probable that this is dual hub doubling (reverse IIc over reverse IIa) as the doubling shows in different directions. | Paired with a different obverse, this reverse also appears as 1870 S1-7000. | Paired with a different obverse, this reverse also appears as 1870 S1-2003.5, S1-2003.7 and S1-7000. | The reverse is a later die stage than S1-2003, evidenced by die cracks and the effacing of the die lines above UNITED.]
{Fri Mar 13 21:51:23 PDT 2015 r3} {8:2 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-5b2.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2003.7} {DDR}
[DDR visible on several letters and stars. | It is probable that this is dual hub doubling (reverse IIc over reverse IIa) as the doubling shows in different directions. | Yet another obverse paired with this DDR reverse. This reverse also appears as 1870 S1-2003.5, S1-2003.7 and S1-7000. | Artifact below 70 is a crinkle in the mylar holder.]
{Sat Jan 09 01:15:37 PST 2016 r3} {8:2 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-9cg.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2004} {DDR}
[DDR visible primarily south on STATES.]
{Thu May 19 00:10:30 PDT 2016 r3} {8:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-8cg.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2004.5} {DDR}
[DDR visible primarily south on STATES. | Later die stage shows heavier die crack above ball.]
{Thu May 19 00:11:07 PDT 2016 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-6b2.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000 F-04} {RPD}
[1-70 southwest strongly]
{Sat Jan 09 01:13:59 PST 2016 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-50jj.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000.5 F-04} {RPD}
[1-70 southwest strongly | Later die stage shows more pronounced cracks.]
{Sat Jan 09 00:58:37 PST 2016 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\70-51jj.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001} {RPD}
[0 south, looks quadruple punched at least | On reverse, line crossing ATE (STATES) and the line below NT (CENTS) are both scratches in the mylar.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:21:29 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\70-53jj.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3002} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:21:33 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\70-1gb.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3003} {RPD}
[1 north slightly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:12:23 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

.\\70-1me.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3004} {RPD}
[70 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:32:38 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\70-5cg.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3005} {RPD}
[0 southwest | Date shows considerable strike doubling as well, complicating identification as an RPD.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:03:18 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\70-3cg.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-4000} {MPD}
[Possible top of a digit rising from the denticles below the zero]
{Wed Apr 04 01:03:02 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\70-202.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7000 F-12 FS-005.74 2-O-III} {DDO, DDR}
[DDO SE Major | DDR visible on several letters and stars. It is probable that the DDR is dual hub doubling (reverse IIc over reverse IIa) as the doubling shows in different directions. | Paired with a different obverse, this reverse also appears as 1870 S1-2003.]
{Fri May 11 23:54:20 PDT 2012 r3} {7:3 images}

.\\70-6cg.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7000.5 F-12 FS-005.74 2-O-III} {DDO, DDR}
[DDO SE Major | DDR visible on several letters and stars. It is probable that the DDR is dual hub doubling (reverse IIc over reverse IIa) as the doubling shows in different directions. | Paired with a different obverse, this reverse also appears as 1870 S1-2003. | Later die stage coin shows more pronounced die crack at the cross.]
{Fri May 11 23:57:44 PDT 2012 r3} {8:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\70-101.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7001 F-03 FS-005.7 1-O-III} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 70 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:45:55 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\70-1jt.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7002 FS-005.75} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Major | RPD 8-0 northeast]
{Wed Apr 04 01:24:12 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: J.T. Stanton

.\\70-7cg.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7002.5 FS-005.75} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SW Major RPD 8-0 northeast Not a later stage necessarily (can't really tell because there aren't enough photos of S1-7002 to compare against. This S1-7002.5 provides additional photos of a second example showing much more of the coin. Unfortunately, the RPD does not show up well on this example, so S1-7002 is retained to show that clearly.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:03:37 PDT 2012 r3} {7:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\70-4.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8000}
[Remarkably accurate cardboard play money]
{Tue Apr 03 21:47:38 PDT 2012 r3} {2:0 images}

.\\70-4cg.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8001 F-15 FS-005.77} {RPD}
[Multiple crazy RPD - overlay photo points out some of them. | Obverse is clashed with the obverse die of an Indian Head Cent.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:03:09 PDT 2012 r3} {6:3 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\70-1ef.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8001.2 F-15 FS-005.77}
[Multiple crazy RPD - overlay photo points out some of them. | Obverse is clashed with the obverse die of an Indian Head Cent. | Not a die stage, just a second look at this bizarre variety.]
{Wed Apr 04 23:25:17 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}
Contributor: Ed Fletcher

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\70-210.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8001.5 F-15 FS-005.77}
[Later die stage shows multiple obverse die cracks. | Multiple crazy RPD - overlay photo points out some of them. | Obverse is clashed with the obverse die of an Indian Head Cent.]
{Fri Apr 03 19:35:44 PDT 2015 r3} {6:3 images}

.\\70-205.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8002}
[Strongly rotated dies, about 90 degrees. Second reverse photo shows rotation.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:46:46 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\70-2kh.coin: 1870 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8003}
[Strongly rotated dies, about 180 degrees. Second reverse photo shows rotation amount.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:28:06 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\70-206.coin: 1870 {Other, Other} {S1-9000 F#2}
[Counterfeit]
{Tue Apr 03 21:46:51 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\70-207.coin: 1870 {Other, Other} {S1-9001 F#1}
[Counterfeit.]
{Tue Apr 28 14:55:29 PDT 2015 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\70-209.coin: 1870 {Other, Other} {S1-9002}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date (except for the very rare 1870 S1-2000 and S1-2001, which only occur as a DDR of r67 over r70 and therefore should not cause any confusion). The numerals of the date also show significant differences from a real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:47:20 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\70-300.coin: 1870 {Other, Other} {S1-9003}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:47:33 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-1jm.coin: 1870 {Other, Other} {S1-9004}
[Counterfeit. | This counterfeit shows the obverse of S1-9000 paired with the reverse of S1-9001. The mix and match dies point to a single counterfeiter producing both. Refer to S1-9000 for close-ups of the date area.]
{Tue Apr 28 14:49:10 PDT 2015 r3} {2:0 images}
Contributor: John Markham

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\70-212.coin: 1870 {Other, Other} {S1-9004.7}
[Counterfeit with cancellation marks on both sides.]
{Tue Jan 17 21:42:47 PST 2017 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\70-1b2.coin: 1870 Proof {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0001}
[Typical 1870 proof]
{Fri Nov 30 23:55:37 PST 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\71-0.coin: 1871 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1871 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 21:47:54 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\71-101.coin: 1871 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2000} {DDR}
[DDR shows on some letters with spread towards rim]
{Fri May 11 23:59:00 PDT 2012 r3} {7:2 images}

.\\71-50jj.coin: 1871 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-2001} {DDR}
[DDR seen as minor splits on some reverse letters]
{Sat May 12 00:00:15 PDT 2012 r3} {8:2 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\71-100.coin: 1871 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000 F-02 FS-006.5} {RPD}
[871 north]
{Tue Apr 03 21:47:59 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\71-1sw.coin: 1871 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000.5 F-02 FS-006.5} {RPD}
[871 north | Later die stage coin shows additional die cracks in upper left quadrant and by left arrowhead.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:30 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\71-102.coin: 1871 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001 F-01} {RPD}
[187 north]
{Tue Apr 03 21:48:10 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\71-1b3.coin: 1871 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8000}
[Extensive and unusual clashing on both obverse and reverse dies.]
{Wed Aug 02 02:21:49 PDT 2017 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Brian Walker

.\\71-200.coin: 1871 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The numerals of the date also show significant differences from a real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:48:25 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\71-300.coin: 1871 {Other, Other} {S1-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:48:35 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\71-301.coin: 1871 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-9002}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be very deceptive, as the features of the coin appear crude and off-kilter compared to the real coin.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:48:47 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\71-1b2.coin: 1871 Proof {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0001}
[Typical 1871 proof]
{Sat Dec 01 00:23:18 PST 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\72-100.coin: 1872 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000 F-01}
[Typical Obv. B, other dies exist]
{Tue Apr 03 21:49:04 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\72-2.coin: 1872 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1001 8-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | KH Hints: Complete U]
{Tue Apr 03 21:50:52 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\72-214.coin: 1872 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1001.5 8-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | KH Hints: Complete U | Later die stage shows long die crack just below the shield passing through the ball and curlicues.]
{Sat Sep 20 00:18:15 PDT 2014 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-2kh.coin: 1872 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1002 F-07 12-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Major | KH Hints: Complete U, IDL 4, Bto8 .13, 8toD .4]
{Wed Apr 04 01:28:16 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\72-3jj.coin: 1872 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000 FS-007.76} {RPD}
[72 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:22:01 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\72-10cg.coin: 1872 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3002} {RPD}
[7 southeast]
{Wed Apr 04 01:03:44 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\72-101.coin: 1872 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7000 F-05 FS-007.4 11-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: DN Minor DS Minor | RPD: 872 west | TDO | KH Hints: Complete U, IDL 3.5, Bto8 .05, 8toD .48 | RPD not previously recorded in other reference books.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:49:09 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\72-120.coin: 1872 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7000.5 F-05 FS-007.4 11-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: DN Minor DS Minor | RPD: 872 west | TDO | Later die stage shows an obverse die crack at lower leaf left, numerous die cracks around the annulet, and a long die along the bottom of the shield. Reverse die crack under N (CENTS). KH Hints: Complete U, IDL 3.5, Bto8 .05, 8toD .48]
{Tue Jan 17 18:09:44 PST 2017 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-2jj.coin: 1872 {b: Sliced arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7001 1-R-III} {DDR, RPD}
[DDR visible on several stars | RPD 2 south]
{Sat May 12 00:01:21 PDT 2012 r3} {8:5 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\72-8.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-0000 F-101}
[Typical ObvC - other dies exist]
{Tue Apr 03 21:53:19 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\72-204.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1000 F-111 20-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Early die stage - no die cracks or breaks | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 4, Bto8 .05, 8toD .45]
{Tue Apr 03 21:51:33 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-105.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1000.3 F-111 20-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Middle die stage - one die crack from tip of bottom right leaf to rim. | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 4, Bto8 .05, 8toD .45]
{Tue Apr 03 21:49:39 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-109.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1000.6 F-111 20-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Late die stage - multiple die cracks. | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 4, Bto8 .05, 8toD .45]
{Tue Apr 03 21:50:02 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-106.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1001 F-115 29-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Major | KH Hints: Spiked ball]
{Tue Apr 03 21:49:44 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-207.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1001.5 F-115 29-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Major | Later die stage shows die crack from D (GOD) to leaf cluster below. | KH Hints: Spiked ball]
{Tue Apr 03 21:51:54 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-107.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1002 F-116 FS-007.5 26-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Major | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 5]
{Tue Apr 03 21:49:49 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-108.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1003 F-117 9-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | KH Hints: Complete U, IDL 4, Bto8 .3, 8toD .23]
{Tue Apr 03 21:49:54 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-200.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1005 F-121 FS-007 15-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | CPG/Fletcher cross-reference of FS-007 to F-08 is wrong. | KH Hints: Spiked ball, IDL 3+, Bto8 .15, 8toD .3]
{Tue Apr 03 21:51:00 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-1sw.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1005.5 F-121 FS-007 15-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Later die stage coin shows many die cracks on the obverse. | CPG/Fletcher cross-reference of FS-007 to F-08 is wrong. | KH Hints: Spiked ball, IDL 3+, Bto8 .15, 8toD .3]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:35 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\72-6cg.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1008 F-123 FS-007.1 2-O-III} {DDO}
[SE Major | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 3.5, Bto8 .15, 8toD .2]
{Wed Apr 04 01:04:11 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\72-6.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1009 F-124 FS-007.2 1-O-III} {DDO}
[SW Major | Early die stage - no cracks. | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 3.5, Bto8 .2, 8toD .3]
{Tue Apr 03 21:53:14 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-3cg.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1009.2 F-124 FS-007.2 1-O-III} {DDO}
[SW Major | Later die stage with die crack to right of cross extending to first leaf cluster right. | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 3.5, Bto8 .2, 8toD .3]
{Wed Apr 04 01:04:05 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\72-111.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1011 6-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Possible MPD in field below 8. | KH Hints: Complete U, IDL 3.5]
{Tue Apr 03 21:50:16 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-1bo.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1012 22-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | KH Hints: Broken U final stage]
{Wed Apr 04 00:53:09 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Bill O'Hara

.\\72-112.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1012.5 22-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Later die stage shows longer die crack through date and in upper left quadrant of coin. | KH Hints: Broken U final stage]
{Tue Apr 03 21:50:22 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-201.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1013} {DDO}
[DS Minor | This is a business strike coin with doubling and date position remarkably similar to the 1872 proof DDO. The coin can be distinguished from the proof DDO by the broken top of the rightmost vertical of the W (WE of IGWT). Additionally, the proof DDO is paired with a reverse that has a broken S (CENTS). The S is unbroken on this variety.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:51:09 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-3kh.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1016 F-112 7-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | KH Hints: Complete U, IDL 4, Bto8 .08, 8toD .35]
{Wed Apr 04 01:28:21 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\72-117.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1017 F-114 16-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Major | KH Hints: Spiked ball, IDL 3.5, Bto8 .2, 8toD .3]
{Thu Aug 16 22:16:30 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\72-4kh.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1017.2 F-114 16-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Major | KH Hints: Spiked ball, IDL 3.5, Bto8 .2, 8toD .3]
{Thu Aug 16 22:12:39 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\72-116.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1018 F-118 17-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | KH Hints: Broken U partial, IDL 5, Bto8 .35, 8toD .12]
{Tue Apr 03 21:50:47 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-5kh.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1018.5 F-118 17-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Later die stage with cracks near the date and ball | KH Hints: Broken U partial, IDL 5, Bto8 .35, 8toD .12]
{Wed Apr 04 01:28:31 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\72-6kh.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1019 F-125 5-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 3.5+, Bto8 .15, 8toD .3]
{Wed Apr 04 01:28:37 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\72-7kh.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1020 F-126 13-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | KH Hints: Spiked ball, IDL 3, Bto8 .05, 8toD .3]
{Wed Apr 04 01:28:42 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\72-119.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1021 21-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 4]
{Sun Jan 08 22:25:43 PST 2017 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-205.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1022 30-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | KH Hints: Broken U final stage]
{Tue Apr 03 21:51:38 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-54jj.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1025 F-113 28-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Major | KH Hints: Unknown, IDL 3.5, Bto8 .3 8toD .25]
{Wed Apr 04 01:22:17 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\72-12kh.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1026 F-108 31-O-IV} {DDO}
[SW Minor | KH Hints: Broken U partial, IDL 4, Bto8 .08, 8toD .4]
{Wed Apr 04 01:28:11 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Ken Hill

.\\72-209.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1027 33-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Note major die gouge at top right curlarm. | KH Hints: Spiked ball, Broken U final stage]
{Tue Apr 03 21:52:10 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-11cg.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1028} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 01:03:50 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\72-2gb.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1029} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Broken U final stage]
{Wed Apr 04 01:12:35 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

.\\72-1as.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1030} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Date is heavily strike doubled, not repunched.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:47:57 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Andrew Simpson

.\\72-12cg.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3000 F-102 FS-007.8} {RPD}
[Normal date over large date. Portions of the larger date can be seen to the left, above, and to the right of the normal date. | The die was first punched with a larger logotype intended for a seated dime. The dime punch was incompletely effaced before the correct nickel punch was used. | It appears that in addition to the wrong logotype used, there is also an MPD top curve of a 2 visible. This feature is shown in the overlay photos with blue arrows. Many thanks to Clarence Gilstad for pointing this out to me.]
{Thu Jun 28 17:51:43 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\72-1jt.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3000.2 F-102 FS-007.8} {RPD}
[Normal date over large date (seated dime logotype). | Not a die stage, a clearer photograph of just the date area of a higher grade example.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:24:19 PDT 2012 r3} {1:0 images}
Contributor: J.T. Stanton

.\\72-115.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3001 F-104 FS-007.6} {RPD}
[872 north, counterclockwise tilt]
{Tue Apr 03 21:50:43 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\72-2me.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3003} {RPD}
[1 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:33:09 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\72-1kc.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3004 F-103 FS-007.7} {RPD}
[1872 west strongly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:24:52 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Ken Cohn

.\\72-1gb.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3005} {RPD}
[7 west, 2 west very far | It's quite difficult to see exactly what is going on with this RPD, and the top line of the comments are really only a guess. There is definite repunching visible to the left of the 8 (which looks like the foot of a 2), to the left of the 7 (which looks like a repunched 7), and in-between the 7 and the 2 (which looks like another 2 to me.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:12:31 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\72-1ak.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-4000 FS-007.75} {MPD}
[Misplaced 2 (top curve visible) in the field to the right of the ball above the date. | Broken U. | Photo credit to PCGS TruView.]
{Thu Aug 18 03:42:14 PDT 2016 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Adam Kasten, coinslabz26 on eBay

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\72-211.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-4000.5 FS-007.75} {MPD}
[Misplaced 2 (top curve visible) in the field to the right of the ball above the date. | Broken U. | Later die stage shows substantial die cracks through the annulet and in the lower right quadrant.]
{Thu Aug 18 03:41:32 PDT 2016 r3} {5:2 images}

.\\72-212.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-4001 FS-007.65} {MPD}
[Multiple misplaced 2's beneath the 7. Could be classified as an RPD, but the positioning of the extra 2's is so far off I feel it warrants MPD status.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:52:52 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}

.\\72-102.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7000 F-106 24-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO DS Major | RPD 72 west | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 4, Bto8 .2, 8toD .3]
{Tue Apr 03 21:49:14 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-103.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7001 F-107 25-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO DS Major | RPD 1 south | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 3.5, Bto8 .32, 8toD .18]
{Tue Apr 03 21:49:23 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-104.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7002 F-109 FS-007.3 4-O-III} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 7 south | KH Hints: Broken U partial, IDL 5, Bto8 .25, 8toD .28]
{Tue Apr 03 21:49:31 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-2sw.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7002.5 F-109 FS-007.3 4-O-III} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 7 south | Later die stage coin shows die crack from third leaf cluster left to the rim. | KH Hints: Broken U partial, IDL 5, Bto8 .25, 8toD .28]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:42 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\72-202.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7003 27-O-IV} {DDO, RPD, MPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 2 west (very far) | MPD 2 on top of ball | Possible MPD coming out of denticles below 2 of primary date | KH Hints: Unknown]
{Tue Apr 03 21:51:17 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-1cg.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7003.2 27-O-IV} {DDO, RPD, MPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 2 west (very far) | MPD 2 on ball | Same die stage as S2-7003, but a second look at this fascinating variety. | KH Hints: Broken U final stage]
{Wed Apr 04 01:03:58 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\72-203.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7004 F-110 14-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO DS Minor | RPD 7 west, RPD is very slight | KH Hints: Spiked ball, IDL 4+, Bto8 .2, 8toD .15]
{Tue Apr 03 21:51:24 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-7cg.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7004.5 F-110 14-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO DS Minor | RPD 7 west, RPD is very slight | Slightly later die stage shows heavier die crack through ball and die cracks off both arms of the cross. | KH Hints: Spiked ball, IDL 4+, Bto8 .2, 8toD .15]
{Wed Apr 04 01:04:17 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\72-206.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7005 F-120 18-O-IV} {DDO, MPD}
[SW Minor | Early die stage - no crack off left side of ball | Artifact on left side of ball is the left part of the serif of a 1, shaft of the 1 can barely be seen below the ball. | KH Hints: Broken U partial, IDL 5, Bto8 (ball effaced), 8toD .33]
{Tue Apr 03 21:51:46 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-4.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7005.5 F-120 18-O-IV} {DDO, MPD}
[SW Minor | Late die stage - crack from left side of ball above date. | KH Hints: Broken U partial, IDL 5, Bto8 (ball effaced), 8toD .33]
{Tue Apr 03 21:53:07 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-110.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7006 10-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO DS Minor | RPD 7 west (not much to look at) | Very similar to F-08. | KH Hints: Complete U, IDL 4, Bto8 .25, 8toD .3 | Formerly listed as S2-1010 before RPD recognized.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:50:09 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-8cg.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7007 32-O-IV} {DDO, MPD}
[DDO DS Minor | MPD top curve of a 2 visible at right of ball | KH Hints: Spiked ball, Broken U partial]
{Wed Apr 04 23:06:13 PDT 2012 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\72-118.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7008 F-105(?)} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: DS Major | RPD(?): 1 southwest | The date positioning and annulet doubling on the coin greatly resemble F-105, so that is listed as a possible cross-reference. Fletcher says that the date is repunched on all 4 digits south, but I can't see that in Fletcher's photo nor does it appear on this coin. | This coin does have an artifact to the southwest of the 1 pointed out in the overlay photo. This may be a repunch, or it may be nothing more than a die gouge.]
{Sat Feb 01 23:29:36 PST 2014 r3} {6:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\72-53jj.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7009 F-119 23-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[SE Minor | RPD 7 west | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 3.5-, Bto8 .1, 8toD .4]
{Tue Sep 08 01:21:57 PDT 2015 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\72-216.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7009.5 F-119 23-O-IV} {DDO, RPD}
[SE Minor | RPD 7 west | KH Hints: Broken U final stage, IDL 3.5-, Bto8 .1, 8toD .4 | Later die stage shows die cracks around the cross.]
{Tue Sep 08 01:21:14 PDT 2015 r3} {6:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\72-217.coin: 1872 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7010} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO: DW Minor | RPD: 7 southwest | Very unusual direction for a DDO.]
{Fri Feb 10 21:28:07 PST 2017 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\72-210.coin: 1872 {Other, Other} {S2-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The numerals of the date also show significant differences from a real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:52:26 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\72-300.coin: 1872 {Other, Other} {S2-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:53:00 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\72-113.coin: 1872 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1015 F-06 PR-3-O-III} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Fletcher has wrong obverse - listed as Obv. B. | KH Hints: Complete U, IDL 5, Bto8 .18, 8toD .38]
{Tue Apr 03 21:50:31 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\72-114.coin: 1872 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1015.2 F-06 PR-3-O-III} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Fletcher has wrong obverse - listed as Obv. B. | Nearly 180 degree rotated dies - reverse picture shows rotation. | KH Hints: Complete U, IDL 5, Bto8 .18, 8toD .38]
{Tue Apr 03 21:50:38 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\73CL-1.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000 F-1 BR2493}
[Typical closed 3 - other dies exist]
{Tue Apr 03 21:53:42 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\73CL-100.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1000 F-05 FS-008.7 3-O-IV} {DDO}
[SE Major | Extremely strong DDO]
{Tue Apr 03 21:53:47 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\73CL-200.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1001 F-06 FS-008.8} {DDO}
[SE Major | Extremely strong DDO]
{Tue Apr 03 21:54:15 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\73CL-2sw.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1001.5 F-06 FS-008.8} {DDO}
[SE Major | Extremely strong DDO | Later die stage has more pronounced die cracks in the area surrounding the cross.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:48 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\73CL-202.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1002 F-04 FS-008 FS-008.85 2-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | FS-008 and FS-008.85 are different die stages of the same variety]
{Tue Apr 03 21:54:32 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\73CL-201.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1003} {DDO}
[SE Major | Extremely strong DDO | Frequently mistaken for S1-1001 (F-06)]
{Tue Apr 03 21:54:24 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\73CL-203.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1004 F-08} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Early die stage coin, no die cracks noted. | A prominent die line is visible at the bottom of argent 3 traveling at about a 45 degree angle up from left to right.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:54:39 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\73CL-101.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1004.5 F-08} {DDO}
[DS Minor | This later die stage shows minor die cracks from the lowest leaf left to the left arrow point and from about the midtop of the right arrow east to the rim.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:53:54 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\73CL-204.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1005 F-07} {DDO}
[DS Minor | This coin is not a clearcut Closed 3, but it appears more closed than a typical Open 3.]
{Thu Jun 04 16:00:40 PDT 2015 r3} {6:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\73CL-102.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1005.5 F-07} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Later die stage shows a die crack in the upper left quadrant obverse running through top leaf. The line that touches the W (WE) on the obverse and runs down to the first leaf cluster on the left is a scratch, not a die crack. The other line visible just above and to the left of the scratch is a light die crack. | This coin is not a clearcut Closed 3, but it appears more closed than a typical Open 3. |]
{Thu Jun 04 16:24:04 PDT 2015 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\73CL-103.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1006} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:54:06 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\73CL-2.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000} {RPD}
[1 south | Same die as F-02, but this is a business strike]
{Tue Apr 03 21:54:10 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\73CL-3.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001 F-03} {RPD}
[187 south]
{Tue Apr 03 21:54:45 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\73CL-2cg.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3002} {RPD}
[873 west | Relief of the RPD is low, and the coin must be tilted to catch the light in order to see it.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:04:37 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\73CL-1kr.coin: 1873 Closed 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3003} {RPD}
[1 southeast]
{Fri Feb 10 21:29:11 PST 2017 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Karl Repass

.\\73OP-1.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-0000 F-101 BR2495}
[Typical open 3 - other dies exist]
{Tue Apr 03 21:55:20 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\73OP-4.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1000 F-111.01} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:56:49 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\73OP-102.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1001 F-112 12-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 21:55:33 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\73OP-105.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1001.5 F-112 12-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Later die stage shows die crack across top of cross.]
{Sun Jul 10 22:15:40 PDT 2016 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\73OP-103.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1002 F-113 FS-008.3} {DDO}
[SW Major | Unusual DDO - mostly west]
{Tue Apr 03 21:55:39 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\73OP-200.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1003 15-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Major | Extremely strong DDO | Frequently mistaken for S1-1000 (F-05) | Erroneously pictured as FS-008.7 in CPG4, CPG3 is correct]
{Tue Apr 03 21:55:49 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\73OP-3cg.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1004 F-114} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Date is strike doubled.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:04:51 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\73OP-1rr.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1005} {DDO}
[SE Major]
{Wed Sep 09 23:39:43 PDT 2015 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Rick Raines, Raines Rare Coins LLC

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\73OP-205.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-1006} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Sun Jul 10 22:14:35 PDT 2016 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\73OP-3.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3000 F-106 FS-009} {RPD}
[Regular logotype over smaller logotype]
{Tue Apr 03 21:56:33 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\73OP-2sw.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3000.5 F-106 FS-009} {RPD}
[Regular logotype over smaller logotype | Later die stage has die cracks in the area surrounding the cross.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:58 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\73OP-3sw.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3001 F-110 FS-009.5 BR2496} {RPD}
[8 south, 3 south | This may be an 1873 over 1872. Further study needed.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:10:05 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\73OP-4sw.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3002 FS-009.7} {RPD}
[7 east (far), 3 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:10:10 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\73OP-201.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3003 F-103 FS-009.3} {RPD}
[Part of a 1 protrudes from the left center of the 8. | Contrary to Fletcher, I see no evidence of a shaft of a 7 within the curls of the 3.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:55:59 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\73OP-2cg.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3004 F-104} {RPD}
[Flag of a 1 inside upper loop of 8. | Fletcher says the 3 is repunched inside the lower curl as well, but I do not see that on the specimen examined so perhaps it is a die crack.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:04:46 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\73OP-1gm.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-3005} {RPD}
[1 south | The date is very heavily strike doubled, which obscures variety features.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:11:44 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: G. Mockensturm

.\\73OP-100.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-4000 F-102.01} {MPD}
[Flag of 1 protrudes from left side of ball]
{Tue Apr 03 21:55:24 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\73OP-101.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7000 F-111 1-O-III} {DDO, OVD}
[SE Minor | Possible 1873/2 OVD, shows as a bulge within arms of 3]
{Tue Apr 03 21:55:29 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\73OP-204.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7000.5 F-111 1-O-III} {DDO, OVD}
[SE Minor | Later die stage show a crack heading east from the cross and a rim to rim crack on the left side of the obverse. | The purported 1873/2 OVD described for S2-7000 does not show in this die stage.]
{Thu Jun 04 16:30:52 PDT 2015 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\73OP-202.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7001 F-102 FS-008.5} {DDO, MPD}
[DDO SE Major | MPD in denticles below date | This die stage shows one long die crack traversing the northeast quadrant.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:59:11 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\73OP-1sw.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-7001.5 F-102 FS-008.5} {DDO, MPD}
[DDO SE Major | MPD in denticles below date | Later die stage shows several additional die cracks, near cross and ball.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:09:53 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\73OP-1ru.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-8000}
[Massive strike doubling on the date - the most I've seen on a shield nickel to date.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:33:40 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Rich Uhrich

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\73OP-104.coin: 1873 Open 3 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S2-8001}
[Strongly rotated dies, nearly 180 degrees. | Second reverse photo shows degree of rotation.]
{Thu May 19 00:09:32 PDT 2016 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\73OP-203.coin: 1873 Open 3 {Other, Other} {S2-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The numerals of the date also show significant differences from a real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:56:24 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\73OP-300.coin: 1873 Open 3 {Other, Other} {S2-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 21:56:44 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\73CL-1b2.coin: 1873 Closed 3 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0001}
[Typical 1873 proof. All 1873 proofs have a closed 3.]
{Fri Nov 30 23:56:59 PST 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\74-0.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1874 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 21:59:58 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\74-100.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1001 F-05 FS-010 1-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:07 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\74-101.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1002 F-08 FS-010.5 4-O-V} {DDO}
[DW Major | Very unusual direction for a DDO]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:12 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\74-1cg.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1003 F-12 FS-010.4} {DDO}
[SE Minor at annulet | Strong doubling at motto with spread towards the rim]
{Wed Apr 04 01:05:05 PDT 2012 r3} {8:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\74-102.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1003.1 F-12 FS-010.4} {DDO}
[SE Minor at annulet | Strong doubling at motto with spread towards the rim | Not a die stage, just a second look at a rare and unusual variety]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:20 PDT 2012 r3} {7:0 images}

.\\74-2.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1004 F-10} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:29 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\74-206.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1004.2 F-10} {DDO}
[Not a die stage. Photos of a nicer coin. Kept earlier coin in the database because some of the die cracks show up better in those photos.]
{Sun Aug 31 22:14:59 PDT 2014 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\74-204.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1005 F-07 3-O-III+IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 22:01:05 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\74-201.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1005.5 F-07 3-O-III+IV} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Later die stage shows more pronounced die cracks.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:37 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\74-205.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1006} {DDO}
[DS Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 22:01:11 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\74-200.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1006.5} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Later die stage shows some additional die cracks.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:33 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\74-202.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1007 FS-010.6} {DDO}
[SE Major | A very strong doubled die with minimal overlap of the annulets.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:43 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\74-1sw.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1008 F-09 5-O-IV} {DDO}
[DS Minor | Multiple die gouges at K-7]
{Wed Apr 04 01:10:16 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\74-103.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1009} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:25 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\74-1.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000} {RPD}
[1874 north]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:02 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\74-2sw.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001 F-02 FS-010.7} {RPD}
[18 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:10:22 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\74-1x1.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3002 F-03} {RPD}
[1874 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:30:32 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\74-2me.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3004} {RPD}
[4 west | At first glance, this looks like strike doubling. But since no other strike doubling occurs on any nearby devices, I'm calling it an RPD.]
{Mon Jan 19 00:21:12 PST 2015 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\74-2cg.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-4000} {MPD}
[Head of a 1 visible in the denticles below the primary 1.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:05:11 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\74-1j4.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7000} {RPD, MPD}
[RPD: 18 north | MPD: Curves of an 8 visible in the denticles.]
{Sat May 24 22:03:59 PDT 2014 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Joe Capizzi, Sr.

.\\74-1jh.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-9000 F#1}
[Counterfeit. | The 7 is punched over another digit. Note also the raised dots from a compass used to lay out the die.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:14:12 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Jerry Hanson

.\\74-203.coin: 1874 {Other, Other} {S1-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The numerals of the date also show significant differences from a real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:00:58 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\74-300.coin: 1874 {Other, Other} {S1-9002}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:01:17 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\74-3cg.coin: 1874 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-9003}
[Counterfeit.]
{Sun Jun 10 23:42:57 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\74-1b2.coin: 1874 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3003 F-04} {RPD}
[4 north | Typical 1874 proof with repunched date]
{Sat Dec 01 00:34:41 PST 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\75-0.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1875 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 22:01:34 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\75-1.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1000 F-05 FS-011.3 2-O-V} {DDO}
[SW Major]
{Tue Apr 03 22:01:39 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\75-2sw.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1000.5 F-05 FS-011.3 2-O-V} {DDO}
[SW Major | Slightly later die stage shows a few more die cracks here and there.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:10:31 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\75-1cg.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1001 F-06?} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Very minor doubling]
{Wed Apr 04 01:05:23 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\75-200.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1002 F-04 FS-011 BR2504} {DDO}
[DS Major | Earlier die stage with only light die cracks.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:01:55 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\75-1sw.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1002.5 F-04 FS-011 BR2504} {DDO}
[DS Major | Later die stage shows more die cracks and larger die cracks.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:10:26 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\75-50jj.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000 F-01} {RPD}
[875 south | Curving line above TES (STATES) on the reverse is a scratch in the mylar.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:22:22 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\75-51jj.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001} {RPD}
[1 south, only the base shows far south | Obverse curving line K6-K8 and reverse curving line through ED STA (UNITED STATES) are scratches in the mylar.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:22:27 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\75-4cg.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3002} {RPD}
[1 south very slightly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:05:37 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\75-100.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7000 F-03 FS-011.5} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Minor | RPD 75 north]
{Sun Feb 02 00:13:56 PST 2014 r3} {5:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\75-3sw.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7000.5 F-03 FS-011.5} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Minor | RPD 75 north | Slightly later die stage show more pronounced die cracks throughout.]
{Sun Feb 02 00:12:17 PST 2014 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\75-101.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7001 F-08(?)} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Minor | RPD 5 north slightly | Appears to be F-08, but Fletcher makes no mention of the slight RPD on the 5.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:01:51 PDT 2012 r3} {6:1 images}

.\\75-203.coin: 1875 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Counterfeit. | A nice counterfeit, appears to be a combination of dies from two counterfeits listed in Fletcher - F#6 for the obverse, F#4 for the reverse. The mix and match dies imply that it was probably a single counterfeiter who produced both F#4 and F#6.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:02:10 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\75-2cg.coin: 1875 {Other, Other} {S1-9001 F#2}
[Counterfeit]
{Wed Apr 04 01:05:28 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\75-201.coin: 1875 {Other, Other} {S1-9002}
[Counterfeit | Obverse unlisted in Fletcher, reverse matches F#6.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:02:00 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\75-3cg.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-9003 F#5}
[Counterfeit]
{Wed Apr 04 01:05:33 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\75-204.coin: 1875 {Other, Other} {S1-9004}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The numerals of the date also show significant differences from a real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:02:25 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\75-300.coin: 1875 {Other, Other} {S1-9005}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:02:33 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\75-5cg.coin: 1875 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-9006}
[Counterfeit | Same obverse as S1-9003, different reverse.]
{Wed Apr 23 17:22:38 PDT 2014 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\75-1b2.coin: 1875 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0001}
[Typical 1875 proof]
{Fri Nov 30 23:58:32 PST 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\76-0.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1876 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 22:02:47 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\76-100.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1000 F-04 FS-012 1-O-II+III(3) BR2507} {DDO}
[NW Minor DS Minor | TDO]
{Tue Apr 03 22:02:57 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\76-1sw.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1000.5 F-04 FS-012} {DDO}
[NW Minor DS Minor | TDO | Later die stage of reverse show more pronounced cracks and breaks throughout.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:10:42 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\76-101.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1001 F-05 FS-012.1 2-O-III} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 22:03:03 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\76-102.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1002 F-07} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 22:03:07 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\76-1.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1003 PM-11.4} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Tue Apr 03 22:02:52 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\76-2sw.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1003.2 PM 11.4} {DDO}
[SE Minor | Same die stage, higher grade coin, but photographed through slab. Both coins presented since each represents a different tradeoff in quality.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:10:50 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\76-50jj.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1005 F-06} {DDO}
[DE Minor, very unusual direction for shield nickel doubling]
{Wed Apr 04 01:22:33 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\76-201.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1005.5 F-06} {DDO}
[DE Minor, very unusual direction for shield nickel doubling | Later die stage shows more pronounced die crack above cross. | The deformation at the ball is post-strike damage.]
{Thu May 19 00:30:20 PDT 2016 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\76-1x1.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1006} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Wed Apr 04 01:30:36 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\76-105.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1007} {DDO}
[SE Minor]
{Sat Apr 05 21:52:39 PDT 2014 r3} {6:0 images}

.\\76-1jk.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000} {RPD}
[87 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:14:04 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Jeffery Kook

.\\76-103.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-7000 F-08} {DDO, RPD}
[DDO SE Major | RPD 187 west (bases of digits visible only) | Extra lines behind annulet are extreme die polish lines]
{Tue Apr 03 22:03:14 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\76-104.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8000 F-09}
[Vertical lines extend very strongly into horizontal lines So called "Bleeder"]
{Sat Aug 03 12:58:51 PDT 2013 r3} {6:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\76-200.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8000.5 F-09}
[Vertical lines extend very strongly into horizontal lines. So called "Bleeder." | Later die stage shows die cracks in date area.]
{Sat Aug 03 13:00:24 PDT 2013 r3} {5:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\76-106.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8000.7 F-09}
[Vertical lines extend very strongly into horizontal lines. So called "Bleeder." This die stage shows evem more die cracks in date area, upper left quadrant, and lower left quadrant.]
{Fri Oct 07 02:02:44 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}

.\\76-202.coin: 1876 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-9000}
[Probable cast counterfeit in white metal. 4.27 grams.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:03:34 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\76-203.coin: 1876 {Other, Other} {S1-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The numerals of the date also show significant differences from a real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:03:46 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\76-300.coin: 1876 {Other, Other} {S1-9002}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:03:53 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\76-1b2.coin: 1876 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0001}
[Typical 1876 proof]
{Fri Nov 30 23:59:19 PST 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\77-500.coin: 1877 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Counterfeit. | Three-inch diameter shield nickel novelty piece. Devices are crude. Not going to fool anyone, of course, but it's a nice piece of shield nickel exonumia.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:05:37 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\77-200.coin: 1877 {Other, Other} {S1-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The obverse most closely resembles Obv. A. The surfaces of the coin are unlike any real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:04:24 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\77-203.coin: 1877 {Other, Other} {S1-9004}
[Extremely ugly counterfeit, presumably modern. If there was the slightest shred of doubt about its authenticity, the reverse is all wrong (most closely matching reverse IIa).]
{Tue Apr 03 22:05:24 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\77-300.coin: 1877 {Other, Other} {S1-9005}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:05:30 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\77-1.coin: 1877 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1877 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 22:04:18 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\77-201.coin: 1877 Proof {Other, Other} {S1-9002}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. The word "COPY" appears to be placed in the die for this one, so it shouldn't ever fool anyone. However, in case the coin should appear without the "COPY" imprint, note that none of the devices of the coin look much like a real shield nickel. | The coin shows strongly mirrored fields and frosty devices, which is also unlike any real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:04:51 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\77-202.coin: 1877 Proof {Other, Other} {S1-9003}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | In case the coin should appear without the "COPY" imprint, note that none of the devices of the coin look much like a real shield nickel. The coin shows strongly mirrored fields which is also unlike any real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:05:16 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\78-200.coin: 1878 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The obverse most closely resembles Obv. A. The surfaces of the coin are unlike any real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:06:09 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\78-300.coin: 1878 {Other, Other} {S1-9004}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:06:42 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\78-1.coin: 1878 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000 F-1 BR2509} {RPD}
[8 south | Slight repunching inside bottom bowl of second 8.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:06:04 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\78-201.coin: 1878 Proof {Other, Other} {S1-9002}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. The word "COPY" appears to be placed in the die for this one, so it shouldn't ever fool anyone. However, in case the coin should appear without the "COPY" imprint, note that none of the devices of the coin look much like a real shield nickel. | The coin shows strongly mirrored fields and frosty devices, which is also unlike any real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:06:22 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\78-202.coin: 1878 Proof {Other, Other} {S1-9003}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | In case the coin should appear without the "COPY" imprint, note that none of the devices of the coin look much like a real shield nickel. The coin shows strongly mirrored fields which is also unlike any real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:06:35 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\79-0.coin: 1879 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1879 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 22:06:59 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\79-200.coin: 1879 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The obverse most closely resembles Obv. A. The surfaces of the coin are unlike any real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:07:16 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\79-300.coin: 1879 {Other, Other} {S1-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:07:24 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\79-1.coin: 1879 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000 F-01} {RPD}
[18-9 west | Date also shows extreme strike doubling]
{Sat Dec 01 00:00:31 PST 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\79-2b2.coin: 1879 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000.5 F-01} {RPD}
[18-9 west Second example without the extreme strike doubling of the first, and with a more complete photo set.]
{Sat Dec 01 00:01:11 PST 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\79-100.coin: 1879 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5000 F-03} {OVD}
[1879/8]
{Tue Apr 03 22:07:10 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\79-3b2.coin: 1879 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5000.5 F-03} {OVD}
[1879/8 | Second example with more complete photo set.]
{Sat Dec 01 00:01:52 PST 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\80-0.coin: 1880 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1880 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 22:07:40 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\80-1.coin: 1880 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000 F-02} {RPD}
[8 south | So called "Dropped 8" variety | Early die stage - repunching very evident]
{Tue Apr 03 22:07:48 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\80-100.coin: 1880 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000.5 F-02} {RPD}
[8 south | So called "Dropped 8" variety | Late die stage - repunching not as evident]
{Tue Apr 03 22:07:54 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\80-200.coin: 1880 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The obverse most closely resembles Obv. A. The surfaces of the coin are unlike any real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:08:00 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\80-300.coin: 1880 {Other, Other} {S1-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:08:05 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\80-1b2.coin: 1880 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0001}
[Typical 1880 proof with date frozen to ball (non-RPD - not "dropped 8" - obverse).]
{Sat Dec 01 00:12:57 PST 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\80-1cg.coin: 1880 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001 F-01} {RPD}
[Second 8 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:05:48 PDT 2012 r3} {4:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\81-0.coin: 1881 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1881 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 22:08:21 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\81-202.coin: 1881 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1000 F-03(?)} {DDO}
[DDO shows as doubling across the upper edges of the motto. | There is a fair amount of Longacre doubling on the motto as well.]
{Sat Sep 26 00:10:42 PDT 2015 r3} {8:4 images}

.\\81-1x1.coin: 1881 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000 F-01} {RPD}
[881 south | Die break through second 8 is a strong diagnostic for this variety.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:30:43 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\81-201.coin: 1881 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000.5 F-01} {RPD}
[881 south | Die break through second 8 is a strong diagnostic for this variety. | Slightly later die stage shows a stronger die break (also has a more complete photo set).]
{Fri Sep 25 23:49:48 PDT 2015 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\81-1.coin: 1881 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001} {RPD}
[8 southeast | Very slight repunching visible in the upper bowl of the second 8.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:08:28 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\81-200.coin: 1881 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. | Should not be troublesome as the reverse of 1867 (r67) is obviously wrong for this date. The obverse most closely resembles Obv. A. The surfaces of the coin are unlike any real shield nickel.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:08:35 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\81-300.coin: 1881 {Other, Other} {S1-9001}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:08:39 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\81-1tm.coin: 1881 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-9002}
[Artificially aged modern Chinese counterfeit.]
{Thu Oct 20 23:32:24 PDT 2016 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Ted Murphy

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\81-1b2.coin: 1881 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0001}
[Typical 1881 proof.]
{Sat Dec 01 00:03:46 PST 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\82-0.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1882 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 22:09:01 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\82-4jj.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1000 F-19} {DDO}
[SE Major]
{Wed Apr 04 01:22:46 PDT 2012 r3} {6:0 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\82-1cg.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001} {RPD}
[1 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:05:59 PDT 2012 r3} {4:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\82-1jj.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3002 F-10} {RPD}
[882 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:22:38 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\82-2jj.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3003 F-08} {RPD}
[882 north, mostly effaced]
{Wed Apr 04 01:22:42 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\82-50jj.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3004 F-06} {RPD}
[882 north | The repunching is very strong - the pieces visible in the upper loops of the eights are the center crossbars of the repunched eights.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:22:53 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\82-51jj.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3005 F-07} {RPD}
[882 south | This coin also shows a slightly thickened annulet and a slight ridge on the cross to the north. This is a very minor DDO, but I am not listing the coin as a DDO because there are no splits visible. Thanks to Bernie Turner for pointing out this feature and for providing the third DDO photo on which the ridges are easily seen.]
{Wed Oct 05 21:47:32 PDT 2016 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\82-53jj.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3006 F-17(?)} {RPD}
[82 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:23:03 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\82-55jj.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3007} {RPD}
[88 south | Marks above cross on obverse are scratches in the mylar.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:23:07 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: J.V. Jones

.\\82-1me.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3008} {RPD}
[1 north 82 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:33:14 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\82-2cg.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3009 F-02} {RPD}
[1882 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:06:10 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\82-1x1.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3010} {RPD}
[1 north 2 south]
{Wed Apr 04 01:30:47 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}

.\\82-1cp.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3011} {RPD}
[2 south | The extra metal along the back side of the 2 is mysterious. Possible die break?]
{Wed Apr 04 00:53:46 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Chris Pilliod

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\82-1td.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3012} {RPD}
[82 north]
{Fri Mar 13 21:54:53 PDT 2015 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Tony Dalton

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\82-3b2.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3013} {RPD}
[882 north]
{Fri Mar 13 22:02:45 PDT 2015 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\82-4b2.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3014 F-13} {RPD}
[82 north]
{Fri Mar 13 22:09:21 PDT 2015 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\82-6b2.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3015 F-17.01 FS-012.5} {RPD}
[2 southwest | Apparent top of a 2 visible in the space between the second 8 and the 2. Another hallmark of this variety is that both 8's are distorted.]
{Tue Sep 27 01:26:03 PDT 2016 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\82-1.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8000}
[Clear 2]
{Tue Apr 03 22:09:05 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\82-2.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8001}
[Filled 2 | All too often erroneously attributed as an 1883/2]
{Tue Apr 03 22:09:10 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\82-201.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8001.5}
[This is an example of a more filled-in 2. It is possible to imagine that the last date digit is something other than a 2, but it's not. Beware of similar examples offered as overdates.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:09:21 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\82-200.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8002}
[Interesting die crack below the date, reminiscent of 1883 S1-5003 in the later die stages.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:09:15 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

.\\82-202.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8003}
[Strangely shaped additional raised metal in between second 8 and 2. Probably just a die gouge of some sort.]
{Thu Jun 28 18:01:22 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\82-3cg.coin: 1882 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8004}
[Chunk of extra metal between the ball and the first 8. Cause unknown.]
{Fri Sep 30 03:03:32 PDT 2016 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\82-300.coin: 1882 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:09:30 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\82-1b2.coin: 1882 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0001}
[Typical 1882 proof.]
{Sat Dec 01 00:05:29 PST 2012 r3} {5:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\83-0.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0000}
[Typical 1883 normal die]
{Tue Apr 03 22:09:46 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

.\\83-200.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-1000 F-13} {DDO}
[DN Minor | Very common - found on many different dies | Shows as slight thickening of annulet]
{Tue Apr 03 22:10:18 PDT 2012 r3} {5:0 images}

.\\83-1.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3000 F-04 FS-012.8} {RPD}
[1 southeast very strong, other slight repunching | Due to position of repunched 1, this is possibly an 1883/2 variety with no trace of the 2 left]
{Tue Apr 03 22:09:55 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\83-101.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001 F-02 FS-012.9 BR2523} {RPD}
[188 south]
{Tue Apr 03 22:10:06 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\83-2sw.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3001.5 F-02 FS-012.9} {RPD}
[188 south | Later die stage shows cracks surrounding the cross and across the bottom of the shield.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:10:55 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\83-2.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3002} {RPD}
[88 south]
{Tue Apr 03 22:10:11 PDT 2012 r3} {3:1 images}

.\\83-1me.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3003} {RPD}
[1 southeast very slightly]
{Wed Apr 04 01:33:18 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Merv Eggert

.\\83-2gb.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3004} {RPD}
[88 north]
{Wed Apr 04 01:12:40 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Dr. Eugene Bruder

.\\83-4cg.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3005 F-05} {RPD}
[Second 8 west | Repunching is visible only inside the upper bowl of the second 8. Variety may be easier to attribute using the die crack connecting the 3 to the rim.]
{Wed Apr 04 01:06:26 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\83-1cp.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3006} {RPD}
[3 south | Hard to be sure, could be a die line or small die crack.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:53:51 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Chris Pilliod

.\\83-6cg.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3007} {RPD}
[Second 8 west]
{Wed Apr 04 01:06:30 PDT 2012 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\83-16cg.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-3008} {RPD}
[88 south | Appears to show remnants of prior 8s inside the bowls of the 8s. There are many 1883 shield nickels similar to this, and it is hard to tell whether they are really repunched dates or not.]
{Wed Apr 23 17:17:51 PDT 2014 r3} {4:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\83_2-206.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5000 F-07} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Early die stage - feet of 2 clearly visible below 3. | Bernie Turner notes that from some angles the foot of the 2 looks like a fortuitous planchet flaw. I think the jury is out - it would be a coincidence for both feet of the 2 to be planchet flaws.]
{Sat Dec 01 00:09:14 PST 2012 r3} {5:3 images}

.\\83_2-100.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5000.2 F-07} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Late die stage - only curve of 2 within arms of 3 and top of 1 off first 8 visible]
{Tue Apr 03 22:10:43 PDT 2012 r3} {5:3 images}

.\\83_2-6cg.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5000.4 F-07} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Later die stage - only curve of 2 within arms of 3 and top of 1 off first 8 visible. This die stage shows some minor die cracks near the cross and the lowest right side leaf.]
{Sun Jun 10 23:43:52 PDT 2012 r3} {6:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\83_2-200.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5001 F-08 FS-013 BR2524} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Early die stage - no die crack from bottom right leaf]
{Tue Apr 03 22:11:37 PDT 2012 r3} {5:3 images}

.\\83_2-201.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5001.2 F-08 FS-013 BR2524} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Middle die stage - light die crack from bottom right leaf south to rim]
{Tue Apr 03 22:11:45 PDT 2012 r3} {5:3 images}

.\\83_2-202.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5001.4 F-08 FS-013 B2524} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Late die stage - heavy die break from bottom right leaf south to rim]
{Tue Apr 03 22:11:52 PDT 2012 r3} {5:3 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\83_2-1j5.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5001.8 F-08 FS-013 B2524} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Late die stage - Die break from bottom right leaf south to rim has progressed to a retained cud. Multiple other obverse cracks present (see obverse overlay photo).]
{Fri Mar 20 01:27:40 PDT 2015 r3} {7:2 images}
Contributor: John D. Call

.\\83_2-1do.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5002 F-09a FS-013.1 BR2525} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Early die stage - no die crack arching over date]
{Tue May 29 16:27:42 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Dick Osburn

.\\83_2-102.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5002.2 F-09b FS-013.1 BR2525} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Middle die stage - die crack from rim arching over 83 to ball. There are minor variations on the middle die stage depending on how far the die crack proceeds into the field to left of the ball.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:10:59 PDT 2012 r3} {4:2 images}

.\\83_2-103.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5002.4 F-09c FS-013.1 BR2525} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Late die stage - die break from rim to rim arching over date through ball]
{Tue Apr 03 22:11:07 PDT 2012 r3} {5:3 images}

.\\83_2-203.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5003 F-10a FS-013.2 BR2526} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Early die stage - no die crack or cud under 18]
{Tue Apr 03 22:11:58 PDT 2012 r3} {4:2 images}

.\\83_2-207.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5003.2 F-10b FS-013.2 BR2526} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Middle die stage - die crack under 18]
{Tue Apr 03 22:12:23 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}

.\\83_2-204.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5003.4 F-10c FS-013.2 BR2526} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Late die stage - retained cud under 18]
{Tue Apr 03 22:12:03 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}

.\\83_2-205.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5003.6 F-10d FS-013.2 BR2526} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Very late die stage - full cud under 18 | In this die stage the overdate gets very difficult to see]
{Tue Apr 03 22:12:10 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\83_2-4sw.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5004 FS-013.3} {OVD}
[The reflectivity of this high grade coin made it impossible to capture the overdate adequately on camera. Refer to later die stage photos for a better look at the overdate. | Die stages are characterized by gradually increasing light die cracks on the obverse. The easiest marker is on the reverse, where a a light die crack over AMER (AMERICA) progresses to a die break and finally a retained cud. | The last photo of the date is from a different coin (provided by Bernie Turner) that does a great job of showing the overdate.]
{Tue Oct 04 01:56:41 PDT 2016 r3} {6:1 images}
Contributor: Sunnywood Collection

.\\83_2-105.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5004.2 FS-013.3} {OVD}
[1883/2 | Variety is low relief and extremely difficult to capture in a photograph. Coin must be tilted just right so the light catches the ridges of the 2 to see it. | Middle die stage of the reverse showing a die break over AMER (AMERICA).]
{Tue Apr 03 22:11:14 PDT 2012 r3} {5:2 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\83_2-7cg.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5005} {OVD}
[Another confirmation specimen of this new 1883/2 variety. See notes for S1-5005.1 for more information. | This specimen, discovered years after the original, is an earlier die stage that shows the overdate very well but lacks the characteristic die cracks of the later die stage.]
{Fri Sep 30 02:56:18 PDT 2016 r3} {5:2 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

F:\SNV4dataUpdates\83_2-106.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5005.1} {OVD}
[A new 1883/2 overdate variety, discovered September, 2006. Confirmed by an overlay study. | The photo exaggerates the appearance of the overdate. The leading edge of the underlying 2 is a thin strip of raised metal (particularly evident between the arms of the 3). The remainder of the underlying 2 in front of the 3 has little (if any) raised metal, and appears mostly as a change in the lustre of the coin. There is a curved raised line in the bottom bowl of the 3 that is part of the back of the lower part of the 2. | This die stage shows characteristic die cracks near the cross and TRUST.]
{Fri Sep 30 02:51:41 PDT 2016 r3} {4:2 images}

.\\83_2-1b2.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-5005.2} {OVD}
[Confirmation specimen for S1-5005 (not a die stage). On this example, the overdate is slightly less visible than on the discovery coin.]
{Wed Apr 04 00:53:04 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\83-100.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8000}
[Deceptive die crack - may be confused with S1-5002.2/F-09b/FS-013.1]
{Tue Apr 03 22:10:02 PDT 2012 r3} {3:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\83-1b2.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8001}
[Internal die break gives the appearance of an extra berry below the bottommost leaf on the left.]
{Sat Dec 01 00:07:36 PST 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

.\\83-14cg.coin: 1883 {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-8002}
[This coin shows a spike coming from the middle point of the 3. While there is an unconfirmed possibility that this could be a repunched date or an overdate, I feel this a die fatigue spike. | This coin is included in SNV because I get frequent questions about it.]
{Sun Jun 10 23:43:25 PDT 2012 r3} {5:1 images}
Contributor: Clarence Gilstad

.\\83-300.coin: 1883 {Other, Other} {S1-9000}
[Modern Chinese counterfeit. Should not be troublesome as the apparent reverse of 1867 (reverse IIa) is all wrong for this date. When examined closely, other obvious differences from real shield nickels are seen.]
{Tue Apr 03 22:10:24 PDT 2012 r3} {4:0 images}

F:\SNV4contribDataUpdates\83-2b2.coin: 1883 Proof {c: Full arrow, IIc: Rev70} {S1-0001}
[Typical 1883 proof.]
{Sat Dec 01 00:08:18 PST 2012 r3} {4:0 images}
Contributor: Bernie Turner

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794 coin datafiles processed

Database Statistics:

Total number of photos : 4151
Total number of overlay photos: 575
Total entries: 794

1866: 57 ( 7.2%)
1867: 136 (17.1%)
1868: 208 (26.2%)
1869: 64 ( 8.1%)
1870: 46 ( 5.8%)
1871: 11 ( 1.4%)
1872: 70 ( 8.8%)
1873: 41 ( 5.2%)
1874: 25 ( 3.1%)
1875: 20 ( 2.5%)
1876: 20 ( 2.5%)
1877: 7 ( 0.9%)
1878: 5 ( 0.6%)
1879: 7 ( 0.9%)
1880: 7 ( 0.9%)
1881: 9 ( 1.1%)
1882: 25 ( 3.1%)
1883: 36 ( 4.5%)

Proofs: 32 ( 4.0%)
DDOs: 237 (29.8%)
Major: 58 ( 7.3%)
Minor: 163 (20.5%)
Motto: 20 ( 2.5%)
Unconfirmed DDOs: 0 ( 0.0%)
DDRs: 35 ( 4.4%)
Unconfirmed DDRs: 0 ( 0.0%)
RPDs: 321 (40.4%)
Unconfirmed RPDs: 0 ( 0.0%)
MPDs: 34 ( 4.3%)
Unconfirmed MPDs: 0 ( 0.0%)
OVDs: 23 ( 2.9%)
Unconfirmed OVDs: 0 ( 0.0%)
Missing Leafs: 47 ( 5.9%)
Unconfirmed MLs: 0 ( 0.0%)
Oddballs: 51 ( 6.4%)
>1 variety type: 73 ( 9.2%)
Counterfeits: 64 ( 8.1%)
Not in Fletcher: 455 (57.3%)
Not in CPG: 645 (81.2%)
Not in CONECA: 636 (80.1%)
Die Stages: 149 (18.8%)