1832 LM-10 re-marriages
LM-10.1 LM-10.2 LM-10.3 LM-10.4
Back in 1998 when the Logan/McCloskey Federal Half Dimes book was published, the 1832 LM-10 varieties were considered R-3 rarities. Today, while the LM-10.1 is still considered an R-3, the LM-10.2, LM-10.3 and LM-10.4 are far rarer. The latest census figures put the LM-10.2 at R-6 and the LM-10.3 at R-5.
The key pick up point on the 1832 LM-10.1 is the lack of a die chip at the diagonal and right upright of the N.
Once again the key pick up point is the N where a die chip forms at the diagonal and right upright.
The 1832 LM-10.3, in addition to the pick up points mentioned above will have die cracks at the top of A-2, along the top of the scroll and a faint die crack from the left wing tip to the rim.
With the LM-10.4 the reverse die has reached it's terminal state with a large cud forming from the top of the scroll to the rim covering TES OF A.