This is not the Snow-1. The right side of the reverse on snow-1's are usually very weakly struck, even on UNC examples. The right side of your reverse is actually stronger than the left.
Also, AMERICA is usually weakly struck as well along the bottom side of the devices, unlike your coin which has a strong AMERICA.
Additionally, I see no misplaced digit in the field above the date or anything on the 8 to make me think it's an 8/7.
The biggest marker that confirms to me that it is absolutely not an overdate is that this is the reverse low leaves variety. The overdate always has high leaves, so the die marriage is not a match. Low leaves is still a collectible variety though, listed as FS-901.
Keep hunting! I hope you find one. .
Collector of U.S. Coins, Varieties, and Colonial Coinage