I had a bit of spare time and compiled what I have. Most of them are in crusty condition as I had them from my student time. This was a time when Japanese Meiji era copper coins lower than XF were not worth a lot back then. Nevertheless, I somewhat compiled an interesting set. What I found was the most annoying is the orientation of the coins. I could not figure out what the die orientation is meant to be for these coins. I've tried to align them as accurately as I could. Alignment - Dot in between "Great Japan" and "Meiji xx Year" - Two dots at bottom "2 sen" - First character of "Mei"ji - In between "Mei" and "Ji" - A rough visual alignment of the dragon A common mistake that some sellers make is "Meiji 12" and "Meiji 20" for 1/2 sen. This is somewhat a semi scarce coin. Some years are somewhat difficult and the varieties can be more challenging. 1877 1 sen (large 4) can be a challenge. Here's the link https://issuu.com/gxseries/docs/japan_meiji_copper_sen Feel free to share yours!