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I'm Sure Glad They Mixed This Italian With My German Stamps.

 
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Can anyone tell me how a stamp ends with one side imperf ?
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Either a booklet stamp or printed in large sheets and cut up in panes.

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The cut line is crooked and at least one perforation hole can be seen...so, stamp has been carelessly cut from envelope.
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Looks to be Italy #77 in Scott, CV $0.35 ( but it's worthless if it's damaged...a.k.a had an edge cut with scissors)
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