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O-102, R.4. The overdate obverse is mated with a reverse that has a long extension of the top crossbar into the right wing. This is the scarcer of two overdate varieties. The reverse has a die crack from the base of U to the top of the final S. Minor clash marks are also evident. Flowlines on both sides draw the stars and legend toward the border, weakening the clash marks and die cracks.
Don Frederick discusses the usual appearance of this variety: 'Always seen with flat, ugly, damaged appearing rim areas at both sides of what little denticles are present.'
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