1832 LM-8 re-marriages
LM-8.1 LM-8.2 LM-8.3 LM-8.4 LM-8.5
The 1832 LM-8.1 was struck with fresh dies giving great detail and strong dentils. Many, if not most specimens will have clash marks on both obverse and reverse.
The 1832 LM-8.2 will have die swelling on the reverse with the letters BU missing in the scroll, and the top loop of S-2 starts to fill.
The 1832 LM-8.3 will have die swelling on the reverse with the letters IB missing in the scroll, and the top loops of S-1 and S-2 are filled. A very small die chip forms between the right upright and diagonal of N. A very faint die crack continues forming from the dentils through E-1 through the scroll, passing through the eagle's head and into the scroll at N.
The 1832 LM-8.4 reverse die continues to degrade. The die from E-1 through the eagle's head to the scroll continues to develop. The top loops of S-1 and S-2 along with the bottom of E-1 are filled, and the letters IB in the scroll are missing. A faint die crack develops from the right wing tip, through the arrows to the rim.
The 1832 LM-8.5 reverse die is reaching it's terminal point. In addition to the markers mentioned above, a die chip starts to form in D, and N fills to the top of the right upright., and a die crack now connects the bottoms of IT.