Not even close unfortunately. After the HH fire Brown-Forman made Rittenhouse BIB for HH for a number of years. As a Bottled in Bond bottle it was required to have the DSP on it. B-F is DSP 354. A year or so ago HH began to take over from B-F and release Rittenhouse BIB that they made at the Bernheim distillery (which they bought and refurbished after the fire). Bernheim still carries the DSP 1 designation. So when HH began to release it again the label changed to say DSP 1 instead of DSP 354. Shortly after that HH changed the label altogether to what we now have. But there are still Ritt BIB DSP 354 with the older black label floating around and probably even a few with the old black label but say DSP 1. The new stuff is all DSP 1 with the new label. It is, as it has always been, NAS but at least 4 years old which is the minimum if it has no age statement (and probably not much over that).
The new label: