The last dime census was completed late last year, and the 6 collectors with 122 varieties were all missing the 1827 JR-14. Of course, it is possible that there is a collector out there who does not participate in the census, and it is possible that one of the two known 1827 JR-14's changed hands in the meantime.
I have about 120 varieties in the halves, but all are not attributed yet. And my dime set needs a good inspection. Many were purchased without attributing first because the price was right and the grade was adequate. I put a priority on dimes before other coins because I think I can get closer to completing that set than the halves. And then I fill in with other coins and series as time permits. Quarters are too high for me right now. I have a partial year set which will have to do for a while.
Your post about the 1827 JR-14 was both exciting and discouraging. It is exciting because all those times that I couldn't identify a coin, I may have been attributing a new variety since there is still new stuff out there. The fact that it happened on every other coin I bought may nullify this possibility. And, it is discouraging in that there is another coin I need but won't be getting. End result is that I am back. And Bust coins are on the top of my list. Thanks for the push.