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  1. 1836 groats have two varieties with respect to position of the colon after D in "D: G:" on obverse. It can be "D : " or "D:" https://www.allcoinvalues.com/united-kingdom/1836-uk-fourpence-28groat29-value2c-william-iv2c-colon-closer-to-d.html. However, my 1837 also seems to have a close colon "D:", though only the more distant colon is listed https://www.allcoinvalues.com/united-kingdom/1837-uk-fourpence-28groat29-value2c-william-iv.html. Shown are my 1836, 1837 and 1838 obverses. The Vic 1838 seems to be like the listed 1837, whereas my 1837 looks like the close colon 1836 variety. Any thoughts?

    4d 1836-38 colon vars obv copy.JPG