The 1884 VAM 10 is with doubling of the 188 in the date and doubling on
some of the stars.
The 1884 O VAM 10 is (and this is quoted from the book):
"II O mint mark repunched with original showing as a wavy vertical line
within left side of opening. So called O/CC variety."
So if you are talking about the 1884 O, then it appears both of your
sources are 'correct'. Sounds as clear as mud.
> I have a 1884 Morgan graded thru anacs.
> it came back MS64 VAm10
> CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT THIS VAM10 MEANS?
> I have been told 2 different things by 2 different people...both very
> I have been told it is the o/o and the dealer I had it graded thru
> promises me it is an o/cc.
> any comments on this or any help would be greatly appreciated.