Hi Jaxom100 --
Regarding the Scott #11 you posted yesterday -- and for which you wrote:
It is a relief B. It almost appears to have two guide dots. I wonder which one is correct. It also appears that the bottom line has been recut and possibly one line in upper right triangle
You are correct that the stamp is a B relief.
Regarding the appearance of the stamp having double guide dots -- I believe that the actual GD is protruding from the LR corner of the LRDB -- and the inking at the LR corner of the LLB is just a blob of stray ink.
As you noted, the BFL has been heavily recut -- which, for stamps without recut inner lines, is typical of plates 4 and 8. That said, the weak LFL is typical of plate 4. So, based on the combination of the weak LFL and the heavily recut BFL -- I would start the hunt on plate 4.
The ULT has not been recut on your stamp.
FYI -- stamps from plate 4 are some of the easiest to identify when trying to determine the plate from which the stamp was printed (i.e., the combination of the weak LFL, the LFL often being too close to the design, and the heavily recut BFL). That said -- stamps from plate 4 can be some of the most challenging when it comes to figuring the position on the plate -- and your stamp has the TFL completely cut off -- which adds to the challenge.
In any event, I have tentatively plated your stamp -- and have sent it to a fellow plater for confirmation -- so once I hear back from him, I should be able to either confirm your plating or, if you prefer, reveal the position.
Regards // ioagoa