RRC 419/2 was probably only struck by between 10-13 obverse dies. We know 10 of them.
Blue are obverses and green are reverses. I’ve excluded plated coins (there are 4 or so documented in Schaefer’s archive).
Line thickness is proportional to specimens known with that link. This issue was probably made near the same time as RRC 419/1 (see previous posts). Given the high degree of interconnectedness and the way in which the number of reverse dies so closely match the obverse, I find it easiest to imagine the die engraver being told we we’ll need a dozen pairs of dies for this type and them arriving at the work station(s?) in two boxes. It looks to me that there must be a die box not just for the reverses but also for the obverses. Both obverse and reverse dies pair on average with 2.3 different dies.