1833 LM-3 re-marriages
LM-3.1 LM-3.2 LM-3.3 LM-3.4 LM-3.5
The key pick up point of the LM-3.1 is the die break from the M in the scroll to the back of the eagle's neck.
The easiest pick up points on the 1833 LM-3.2 are the top loops of S-1 and S-2. S-2 is filled and S-1 starts to fill. A die crack, faint at times, from E-1 through the scroll, through the eagle's eye and to the N in the scroll.
The 1833 LM-3.3 reverse die continues to wear. The top loop of S-1 has filled, a die chip forms between the right upright and diagonal of N and a faint die crack develops from the left wing tip to the rim.
On the 1833 LM-3.4 the reverse die has continued to wear. Die cracks develop from the rim to the top of M-1 and also from the rim to F-1. Die cracks begin to form at the bases of UNIT, ES and MERIC, these may be faint in places and difficult to see.
The 1833 LM-3.5 reverse die has now reached it's terminal state as a large cud develops over NIT and part of E. This re-marriage has a rarity rating of R-7 indicating that the reverse die failed rather quickly.