#3 & #4 Bit of Help, Please - Newcomb Number?

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  1. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    Two more to see what you think.
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    If nothing else, we're getting practice.
     
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  3. jerryc39

    jerryc39 Well-Known Member

    1848 looks like N-35 which is R-2
     
  4. jerryc39

    jerryc39 Well-Known Member

    Going with N-20 late die state on the 1849 R-1
     
  5. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    Interesting.
    I haven't relooked at the pictures in Grellman's book to see if I can understand the "late die state" analysis.
    Best guess at the moment is the lack of details on the leaves on the reverse.
     
  6. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    I still have about 4 more to post and get opinions about.
    I have most of the Red Book listed varieties.
     
  7. jerryc39

    jerryc39 Well-Known Member

    Date position was my first go to. As far as early vs late die stage there are lines on reverse that are visible early but not in late stage.
     
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