Here's a 1886-S that appears to have an S/S mint mark (VAM4) or maybe a re-punched mint mark (VAM2).
Perhaps it's just a messed up mint mark?
Are the pictures detailed and clear enough to determine what it is?
Does anyone have any ideas?
Thanks for your assistance.
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