The 1830 LM-1.1 with NO clash marks is one of the rarest varieties in the entire series. Typically clash marks would be found above the date, in the field left of the bust and marks from the shield around the ear. Reverse clash marks typically are above the head of the eagle and below the wings. Currently only three examples are known to exist which makes it an R-8 variety.
The LM-2 will show clash marks above the eagle's head, a light die crack forms from A-2 to rim and another from T-1 to rim. More die cracks develop from the top right of T-1 to rim to the top of I over to the left side of C-1. More cracks develop along the top and bottom of MER and from the left wing tip to the upper leaf. And yet another forms from the base of A-2 to F. Lastly two cuds develop, one through ERI and a smaller one at the top of A-2.