1. Catalog Information
1a. Haxby Catalog Number(s) Associated with this Reverse
1b. Known Die State Combinations Involving this Reverse
26-2/3 + F2a-1*
26-3 + F2a-2
26-4 + F2a-2
* Indicates a likely die state not yet seen.
1c. Quick Links
For many years this die was mistakenly described as an overdate -- 1859 Narrow 9 over 8. In 1971 J.A. Haxby renamed it the Double-Punched Narrow 9 #1 (DP N9 #1), which term is now universally used.
3. Die Characteristics before use
3a. Summary of Repunched Date and Letters for Reverse F2a
F2a - Date
3b. Appearance of Critical Stems and Leaves
4. Die Changes in Use
4a. Summary of Die Cracks & Collapses for Reverse F2a How to use this table
4b. Die Clash Photos
No significant clashes on this reverse.
4c. Miscellaneous Features