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Re: 1876H - Full footed T - Apostrophe

There are 3 for sure. The third is a D/D in Canada. This is very slight and can be seen at the upper left serif progressing down the left side of the D.

http://i248.photobucket.com/albums/gg175/dan-in-crystal-lake/1876O2FC01inset2.jpg

I have 1 other that I'm trying to decide what it is. It is not in great shape and I have not spent that much time with it yet. It's probably the D/D.

Most common is A/A in Canada, A/A in Gratia and D/D in Canada seem to show up about the same rate a bit less frequently than the other.

Dan in Crystal Lake, 2/13/2011
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