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Scott #4001 And #4002 Common Buckeye Butterfly 2006

 
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Posted 01/21/2017   11:19 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Butterfly88 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
What is the difference between these two stamps? They look the same to me.
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Same design.

4001 is a serpentine die cut 11
stamp issued in panes of 20.

4002 is a serpentine die cut 8 horizontal coil.
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Uboatnut is correct, #4002 is a Plate Number Coil and can come with plate number V1111.


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Thank you both!
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There is also a self-adhesive booklet version of this stamp, Scott 4001a, with slightly different die-cut gauge (10.75x11.25). 4001a will have a single straight edge at top or bottom. The die-cut 11 stamp (Scott 4001) comes from 20-stamp panes rather than booklets.
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