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Posted 10/22/2017   04:18 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Galeoptix to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Direction of paper [and printing] parallel to the long side of the stamp; 1973, 1975:





The sheet lay-out changed but the old lay-out did not disappear!

1976:


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Some of the commemoratives have a very peculiar screen - looks like a cross-screen but the dots are small-large alternately!

1971 Chameleon:



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Both stamps have exactly the same dots arangements far as brown goes!
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Some of the commemoratives have a very peculiar screen - looks like a cross-screen but the dots are small-large alternately!

1972 Tourisme:



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Both stamps have exactly the same dots arangements far as rose-red goes!
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1972 Tourisme:

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Both stamps have exactly the same dots arangements far as rose-red goes!
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1972 Tourisme:

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Both stamps have exactly the same dots arangements far as green goes as well!
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1972 Tourisme:

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bottom:




Both stamps have exactly the same dots arangements far as rose-red goes!
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Also the French African Empire has several stamps printed in Paris or Perigueux:







The screen dots are rhombic which indicates just as with the 20c Saint-Lo the use of cylinders made by the 'private industry"!
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