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Indonesia 1949 Definitive - Printing Error?

 
 
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Posted 04/19/2019   3:13 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Northwinds to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I purchased this stamp today. There is a red line going down from the upper frame straight through the number 5.

Would you call such a line a printing flaw or a plate error or perhaps something else? Would this be a one of a kind or repetitive in this position in other sheets?

I am sorry for the large number of questions!






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Posted 04/19/2019   3:23 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Petert4522 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
A printing error it is not, just an EFO - one of a kind. Most likely one of the rollers was not cleaned

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Posted 04/19/2019   4:03 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Northwinds to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Thanks Peter

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Possibly a Ductor Blade occurence?
http://goscf.com/t/64528
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Rodney,

you hit the nail! Spijker op z'n kop :) voor meneer Noorderwind.

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Rein,
I just love listening to the Dutch talking, in my 20's I had a very unusual Dutch couple as neighbours, (Their wedding photos were taken in a car wrecking yard) it was always fascinating around the breakfast table listening, but not comprehending their banter.

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My grandparents from my mother's side moved to Australia around 1950. As I was told by my mother, my granddad picked up the Australian accent and English language pretty fast, my grandmother however did not. Many people assumed she was Scottish. :)
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When first coming to visit the UK in 1970, many people thought I came from Australia...
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Rod, what is a car wrecking yard ? Is that what in Holland we call an "auto kerkhof", ( a car cemetery ) ?


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Rod, what is a car wrecking yard ?


Hi Peter,
where cars go, when no longer licenced, into an acreage, customers can then go and purchase spare parts.
If you want a doohicky, for a thingamabob in the door handle, then the wreckers will have one.

Car Panel beaters use them frequently.

Here is one in my home town
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