Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by okbustchaser, Apr 28, 2021.
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LOL...while technically true, the same could be said for the entire century's output.
That's what I checked too but I don't see it in the 1810.. or 26
Reasonable guess. Each year does either feature an overdate, or provide the underdate for another overdated year--ie, 08/7, 11/10, 12/11 (actually the only overdate pictured), 14/13, 17/13, and 27/6 among others.
Not what I was looking for, though, as other years in the series also would then apply--such as 1818, 1819, and 1824.
BIG !!! Although I am rather obsessed with 27's, I do actually own the other years--just not as many of them.
There aren't any 1813 overdates, either. But no, the pictured 1810 and 1826 are not the last Overtons in the emission sequence.
Yes, I kind of thought it might be you who got it.
Can I play now?
Let 'er rip.
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