BELGIUM, 1957

BELGIUM, 1957

Margin imperforate pair with printed number 10 on the reverse of the left stamp and 9 on the reverse of the right stamp.  200 stamps were printed of which there exist less than 50 pairs.

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, 1900

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, 1900

This forerunner is a proof essay of the original but rejected size.  Imperforate upper left corner. *Last remaining proof essay of the bicycle stamp. (ex Freund/ Maria de La Queillerie)
*A.Thomas

ST. LUCIA, 1977

ST. LUCIA, 1977

Imperforate only on right margin.  Otherwise perforation 15.

ROULETTE AND DIE CUT:

Negative Perforations Negative Perforations Negative Perforations

CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 1918

These stamps were individually die cut with simulated perforations.  Two examples of progressive "negative" perforations on the 10 heller.  Smallest is a miscut quadruple printing.

Died-out

CZECHOSLOVAKIA, 1918

Printing impression of the 20 heller which is not "died-out".  This shows the simulated perforation clearly.

NORFOLK ISLAND, 1978

NORFOLK ISLAND, 1978

Robert, Lord Baden-Powell, on free form stamp on peelable paper backing with roulette perforations.  Bottom margin shows the cut size.

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SIERRA LEONE, 1969

SIERRA LEONE, 1969
Die cut stamp on commerical air letter sheet to USA.


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