No this doesn’t matter, you won’t get duplicate transactions. You would restore the most recent full, then restore all the transaction log backups which were taken after that full backup until the point it time you wanted to stop restoring.
When the SQL Server does the restore of the full it keeps track of the last LSN which was committed. It then finds that LSN in the log files and begins processing the log file starting with the LSN after that. (It’s actually more complex than that, but that should give you a good idea of what’s happening.)