Since it was mentioned earlier in this thread, here is the info that I have on the 1882 2/1 dies. There were three different Obv 2/1 (probably 1a, not a 1)working dies. We only had room to put 2 of them into the 2011 Charlton... the most common one, with no doublings, and the one with heavy punch doubling. The non-Charlton one is much scarcer than the regular 2/1, but found more often than the HPD. It has minor doubling in Canada and Regina, but the most important marker is the denticles that are well-offset doubled between Vicky and Canada. The denticles look pretty neat and it's the only Vicky that I remember with that type of offset with the denticles. We did take some populations on those 3 types of 2/1. If you had 10 2/1's you would have 1 HPD, 3 type 2's (denticles) and 6 regular 2/1's. You could expect to find 1 of ANY type of 2/1 in 200-250 or so 1882's... so you can see how scarce the HPD really is.