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Posted 01/22/2017   3:14 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add jogil to your friends list  Get a Link to this Message
Which was the first intaglio dry printed stamp?
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Which was the first dry intaglio printed stamp?


Could you explain, please?

Drypoint
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drypoint

Nothing in my "Guinness book of Stamp facts"

http://www.linns.com/insights/stamp...inting-.html
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Edited by rod222 - 01/22/2017 8:28 pm
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According to the footnote in Scott, 832c and 1041 were the first dry print flat plate stamps. Scott 1063 was the first rotary dry print.
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revcollector: Yes these are for the U.S. but I am looking for any country. So far, it appears to be Canada with Scott/Unitrade 108c from 1923. However, it could be a different country.
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Canada in 1923??? Where did you get that from???
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The Unitrade Canada catalogue.
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Did it not mention "dry"?? So how dry is dry???
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printed on pre-gummed paper
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In "Fundamentals of Philately" by L.N. Williams on pages 612-613, it mentions De La Rue printing on pre-gummed paper in 1872 by relief (non-recess/typographic printing) for stamps of India (starting with Scott 31?). However, it does mention the Canadian Bank Note Company with regards to 1923 for intaglio line engraved dry printing.
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