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Czechoslovakia Stamps Printed By The Stickney Rotary Press  
 

 
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After the U.S., Czechslovakia appears to be the country that has printed the most number of different stamps by the Stickney Rotary Press.

It appears to have first started around 1925 with Scott # 105 and have ended around 1958 with Scott # 871. They Stickney rotary press stamps are recess engraved with line perforations 10, 13.5, 12.5, 12.5 x 12, 12 x 12.5 and gum breaker bars on the gum side.

Besides Czechoslovak stamps also some related stamps from Carpatho-Ukraine (Scott # 1) and some of the Slovakia overprinted Czechoslovak stamps. For Bohemia and Moravia, they are the recess engraved stamps with line perforation 12.5
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Here is an example Of Scott # 90 from 1944 Bohemia and Moravia.

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