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King George V Sideface Varieties

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Posted 11/30/2020   11:32 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Aussie Al to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Rod

What about I call it saddle on emu .

I call most of them bullseye flaws but only one matches that description .
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1 die 2 Two Pence surcharge on N over N Ash imprint plate 3 sliced O of TWO variety 3/L60 .

Plus damaged S of ASH .


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Hi Al,
if you read this, this is where I am coming from.
If a blob / mark on a stamp, has a "halo" then it follows there was a foreign object between the printing plate and paper.
http://goscf.com/t/51767&whichpage=104#670046 br /

So the corollory follows, not a flaw, but an EFO

With regards "Tin Shed" I am at sixes and sevens what to believe
our member "John" uses it frequently.
As far as I know, it refers to the overall, print quality of the sideface, and not flaws, seen by the rusting of the plates.

Where EFO changes it definition, is the "spur" flaw, which is really
and EFO that lodged permanantly on the die, and formed what we know as a "flaw"

I welcome any correction to my belief, it is a toughie, but the marks on your wonderful stamp, I classify as a real EFO, and a beauty at that.

Open to sway either way.



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Posted 12/01/2020   02:17 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Aussie Al to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Hi Rod

Theres one I know of listed in Brusden White KGV specialist catalogue as a variety .

A 1 red die 1 Electro 29 29L7 triangular coloured flaw in right value tablet so I guess some make it in & so0me don't .

My understanding is "tin shed" are mostly from gum splashing on front before printing so when you soak them off paper the splashed ink & gum wash off giving you white patches same shape as the gum splash .
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Edited by Aussie Al - 12/01/2020 02:18 am
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Posted 12/01/2020   03:35 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Thanks Al,
I'll check that out in BW
The gum splash, fits well with what I had read, Thanks for that.

PS: Your stamp comes up beautifully on my 40 inch Computer screen !


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Edited by rod222 - 12/01/2020 03:38 am
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Quote:
PS: Your stamp comes up beautifully on my 40 inch Computer screen !


40 inch eh a case of go big or go home
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Just a $24 HDMI cable, Al.

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1 die 1 perfs all over the place .
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1 red die 2 plate 3 Mis-perf.
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Plate 4 Mis-perf

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Plate 3 double perf at top




Double perf at bottom .
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Thanks, Al. Some lovely stuff there, particularly when compared to my well used examples.
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This BW 92 is from Plate 1, Left Pane. Position 57. Right frame shaved at top, with prolongation of top frame in a short curve over the shaved area.


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Another 1d BW 92, this time from Plate 1, Right Pane, Position 39, with triangular notch left frame 5 mm. from N.W. corner.


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This is a 1d BW 92a from the booklet plate, with inverted watermark. It also displays an irregularity in that the left frame is shaved for the top 2 mm and the top left corner is extended beyond the normal frame.

Any help in determining its position in the booklet Plate or withing an individual booklet page would be appreciated.


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