Characteristics are described with a degree of granularity intended for die identification more so than for die classification. A characteristic may not span the entire die progression. Thus, not all characteristics may be present in any one coin.
1 doubled at the top left bottom cross bar. First 8 doubled at the outside left of both loops and surface doubled at the right side of upper loop. 2 doubled at the right side of the upper ball and top right outside of the upper curve.
Die chip in the small bear claw void.
Die chip to the left of the large bear claw.
Polish line across the left wheat kernal/leaves.
Die chips in the top part of the ER and thick vertical gouge in the upper left seriff of the Y in LIBERTY.
Heavy polish lines in the cotton boll stems. Thread-like feature to the right of the right cotton blossom.
Die break at inside of ear and extending to right across rear of ear.
Unusual polishing features in the front/rear of Liberty's eye.
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