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Is It Me Or Do The Edges Appear Different?

 
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Please try to focus your pictures - it is hard to tell what it is. Also, try to use a black background


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The stamp appears to have been clumsily cut from an envelope, removing some of the perforations.
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Posted 12/09/2020   05:06 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add bmbmbm to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
The stamp appears to be Germany Scott #49, CV$1.40 if it is ultra. CV only applies to well-centered, undamaged, lightly cancelled stamps, so this stamp's value is much less.

There are other possible shades as well, some of which are more expensive (prussian blue: CV$115, grayish ultra: CV$7.75)

From what I can see, the stamp is essentially worthless, due to the perforations being cut off.
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