could someone tell me the exact year this is from?
Short answer: No. Sorry.
As you have found, this stamp is from the definitive series of 1922, also known to some as the Fourth Bureau Issue. The series was in use until replaced by the presidential series in 1938.
During that time there were 3 major perforation varieties:
Scott 557, Perf 11, introduced in 1922
Scott 586, Perf 10, introduced in 1924, and
Scott 637, Perf 11 x 10.5, introduced in1927.
Each of these types would have remained on sale in post offices throughout the country until the local supply was used up and the next order made.
Cropping your image, placing a rotated duplicate image next the first with the perforation teeth aligned at the top red arrow, shows the teeth are mis-aligned by almost exactly half at the bottom of the column.
Although crude, since a stamp is approximately 2cm high and the perforation rate is based on a 2cm distance, it means your stamp must be one with top/side perforation rates varying by a half. Thus your stamp is Scott 637 issued in 1927 and used regularly into 1938 (and beyond) as a workhorse stamp of its era and is extremely common, worth a penny or two. It is impossible to tell the exact year of use from the generic cancel. Unused examples of this stamp are still valid for postage today.