One of the recent examples for sale on the "Bay" is this bad "1810" half cent. Not only did the seller have this 1810 but a couple of others with the same overall appearance; unfortunately, I didn't save images of the group prior to the listings being removed but did some screen shots of the listings. One of the 1st things to stand out is the apparent strange date; upon further review the head style is incorrect for the date and is typical of the style of 1833-1835. The obverse certainly doesn't match an 1810 C-1 (the only variety for the year). I have noted (in red) a couple of interesting marks on the subject coin (hold that thought!) And the reverse is certainly wrong for the date but it loosely matches an 1826 C-1; the obverse certainly doesn't match any better to a genuine 1826. I have indicated (in green) some die markers for a genuine C-1 reverse; the die mark at "D" is a match on the subject coin but the "Zipper" marks (in red) are unique to it and not seen on the genuine reverse. As in the other "family" groups previously discussed and documented there must be more! And another Bay example is documented, this one dated 1809. Images aren't great for several of these but they are clear enough to make out the main attribution marks. The 2nd 1810 matches the 1st including a "scratch" from the 2nd "1" in the date. The 1811 is also a match, as well as the 1828 and 1829! Continuing the search for more examples and a possible obverse parent lead to these 2 “1835’s”, one from Ali, the other from the Bay. I have overrun my image count so will finish with a response!