Only two examples are known of this variety. The second example was reported by Richard Meaney in the January 1, 2012 (69) email edition of the JR Newsletter:
"I received a telephone call from Rich Uhrich a couple of days after Christmas. He told me he had big news for bust coin collectors and wanted the news first published in the JR Newsletter. Rich has a client (who wishes to remain anonymous) who recently came across an 1827-dated bust dime which he could not attribute using "Early US Dimes." The client sent Rich the coin for attribution. Upon receipt, Rich confirmed that the coin looked like an 1827 JR-14, which is the most recently-discovered bust dime marriage. Rich sent pictures of the coin to Brad Karoleff, who confirmed Rich's attribution. So now there are two known 1827 JR-14 dimes! Rich provided me with images of the newly-discovered 1827 JR-14 dime and that file is attached. Rich Uhrich will have the coin on display at his table #310-312 at the FUN show. The owner of the coin is undecided on selling it at this time."