A little about the little black cat bottom right....
The 1930 Spanish stamp commemorating Charles Lindbergh's record-breaking flight from New York to Paris showed his cat Patsy watching as his plane took off. Pasty often accompanied Lindbergh on his flights, but did not go on the 1927 flight that made him famous. (he did not want to put the cat in danger) Lindbergh said "It's too dangerous a journey to risk the cat's life." However a kitten named Jazz flew on the first dirigible flight from the UK to America.
Lindbergh actually did take a cat of sorts with him. It was a doll -- a good luck charm, perhaps -- based on the popular cartoon character, Felix the Cat.
Chicanery as in forgeries or just alot of mess ups at the printers? The cat really doesn't fit into the equation does it. Did Lindberg take a feline friend along for the trip? Don't see any value for inverted in 2008 scotts and I'm not a spain fan so I think I'll let this one pass. Edit-- for feline phenomena solved