Variety Summary

This variety features a high degree of die rotation, which is most probably dynamic in nature. The reverse clash marks are oriented in a manner that would suggest the clashing event occurred at a degree of rotation less than the 112 degrees observed. If the reverse was not in service in a previous die marriage, then we can safely attribute the die rotation as a loose die rotating freely.


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