Portugal 1794 200 Reis inverted S at the end of VINCES
Strange thing happened earlier this evening. I was looking through one of my boxes and stopped to look at a 1794 200 Reis I picked up about two years ago. So in looking at the legend, I noticed that the S at the end of VINCES is inverted. I looked in my older Krause edition and nothing is there but there is a reference on the page basically stating varieties exist. I did attempt a search and VINCES appears as it should on the 1794 date.
Any Portugal experts here that can offer some thoughts? Sometimes it seems there is interesting stuff just waiting to be discovered.
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