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Posted 06/14/2015   2:55 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add stampmaster to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Wow, sorry, it was not my intention in any way of what you thought I was lecturing you about anything. I do not know and did not mean to give you an idea I was giving you condescending remarks in your director, my aim was to provide right and proper remarks so everybody could learn. I myself have been involved with revenue stamps for over 60 years!

What do you think my handle means anyway?

To me what my handle means is "I am a stamp collector for over 60 years now" "master means I'm a retired U. S. Air Force Master Sgt. or MSgt." Home you have nothing against military people.

Without sounding that I'm lecturing you, or condescending remarks in any shape or orientation, you never said you had seen lackemacher's stamps he talked out, that would have been helpful. Again as I said before I'm not saying you were wrong in addition I really expect you are correct, are these two remarks negative in any way to you personally, if so let me say, I'M SORRY!

Hope your remarks will not prevent lackemacher from providing scans of the stamps in question.

Nobody knows it all, especially me, so I'd like to see right and proper scans of these stamps.

Could you provide scans?

Cheers

David (Stampmaster)
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Posted 06/14/2015   8:26 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add lackemacher to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Revcollector is correct when he describes the R112 as plate flaws, but R112 had 2 plates #21 and #37. Plate 21 had the flaws and double transfer. As far as I know I'm the only one to plate R112 and plate 21 plating is now in APRL. I'll talk about plate 37 another time. I have tried several times to post an image but when I get it down to the right size the next click makes it disappear. It's like the other sock in the washing machine, I don't know where it went. I turned the notebook upside down and shook it but no luck! I will gladly email you images as I did Bart or send anyone a disk of the plate varieties I've documented if they send a snail mail address. Karl ktitle1@comcast.net
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Posted 06/14/2015   9:37 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add stampmaster to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
lackemacher, I have the other sock!

I've experienced the same you when trying to post an image. I do not know what is wrong, so what I do is to "use the Snipping Tool", and make up another file name. Sort of a problem, but it does work for me.

I'd enjoy seeing your plate varieties, but do not understand what a disk is going to do for me, as I do not know how to use such a disk with me computer.

But my email is "Thompson.david26@gmail.com", maybe you could also include some of your plating efforts on the R112.

Again, too bad Revcollector got the wrong idea from me, wish he had not taken it as a negative.

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David (Stampmaster)
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Posted 06/14/2015   10:54 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add southpaw to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Hi Lackemacher. Have you tried any of the free send services? I like https://www.wetransfer.com because it does not require an account. Just load up a folder full of images, tell them who to send the link to (an email address), upload the folder of images to We Transfer (it's a very simple drag n drop) and you are done. It's much easier, faster and cheaper than snail mail.

You can try it out on me!: randallchet@gmail.com
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Posted 06/14/2015   11:25 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add stampcrow to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply

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Thanks to all the experts, Revenuecollector, rustyc, southpaw, lackemacher for your efforts.


Stampmaster, when you posted this, revcolllector had added six posts to your thread. That was nearly half of the discussion. It appeared on first read, to be a slight.
I'm certainly not speaking for revcollector. Just adding my perspective for your consideration.
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Posted 06/15/2015   12:30 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add stampmaster to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Stampcrow, I try to over look these things if possible!

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David (Stampmaster)
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