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Posted 05/29/2019   11:38 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add dadinda to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Are these R135a stamps


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Likely not. The vermilion error of color requires expertization. If you want to do a quick check to see if it's close enough to justify the expertization expense, overlay one over a 3rd issue $2 (R145) or $5 (R148) denomination revenue, as those are printed in vermilion. If the colors match, it's vermilion. If not, then a color changeling or printing shade of orange.

You can't tell just my looking at a single stamp alone or compared to other R135, as your eyes will play tricks on you.





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