Peg Leg FEV

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BrianVaile
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Peg Leg FEV

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Found this puppy today going through some FEV slabs...A Die State abraded Peg Leg that also has
a very faint TH (due to abrasion on Ike's head in this area).
Reverse is nice and "fresh" with no signs of clashing.
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I got so fired up, I went through all of my raw, circulated ones and found 1 more! :D

Happy Hunting!
Brian

BillSanders

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Brian,
That is one Nice Rare puppy!
Congratulations!
Bill

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Thanks, Bill!

The best part was, I didn't have to go anywhere or spend anything (else).
Finding cool stuff in inventory is a great thing! :D

Happy Hunting!
Brian

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Brian..I may have a specimen...any markers to hunt for, feel free to post.
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Hopefully Brian will add to the list (and I plan on getting to the FEVE peg leg in the other thread):
peg leg
"block" B
faint talon head
MMP (rough example from Brian's 2009 photo below)

I believe, but have not completely researched it yet, that the "block B" preceded the peg leg on this unusual clashed obverse die paired with a FEV reverse. IOW, you might mind block B FEVs without a complete peg leg bearing the same MMP, and a little later (more die abrasion), you get both appearing. Again, this is a hypothesis without enough detailed study at this point.
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Brian's from 2009 photo
Brian's from 2009 photo
more recent example
more recent example
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