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Posted 11/23/2020   11:07 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Rfw125 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Looking in the Unitrade catalogue it states the following;-

925as........single from 925a booklet
925asi.......as 'as' with straight edge

Would I be wrong in assuming that if I ordered 925as I would get a 34c stamp with perforations all round.....or would I get any stamp from the 925a booklet

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I would Email the seller if I were you


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Yes, in my experience ordering modern Canadian booklet singles/pairs, you need to be very specific, or could end up with something undesired.

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As Unitrade catalog denotes you should get a 4 sided perforated booklet stamp - as. The 925a is a booklet of 25. The asi is a booklet single like the as, but because it has the additional i, it has the straight edge, either left or right side.

The normal booklet contains a pane of 5 down x 5 across. Left side has 5 straight edges as well as 5 straight edges on the right. The middle 15 are fully perforated on all four sides.
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