What is the difference between English and American in order of adjectives?

If there is no difference, please explain how this is known.

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    Why do you think there is any? – Peter Shor Jan 8 '17 at 16:30
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    As a British person, reasonably familiar with hearing Americans speak in films, TV, news etc., the order of adjectives is not an area of grammar one normally thinks of as containing great differences across the watery divide. One of the biggest differences in my experience, apart from some spellings, is in choice of prepositions - at the weekend v on the weekend etc. – WS2 Jan 8 '17 at 17:07
  • Do you have any examples of this (please give them)? If not, why would you imagine that there would be a difference? Otherwise this is just random explanation. – Mitch Jan 8 '17 at 18:01