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KGV Admiral How Do You Tell The Diff Between Booklet Stamps And Those That Fall Under Type C Or D

 
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Posted 01/11/2021   4:12 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Rfw125 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
See photo attached.....how do you tell the difference between booklet stamps from the KGV Admiral issue and those that come from the edge of the sheet, either top/right, bottom/right , right, top or bottom....obviously this only applies up to 3c Carmine as 5c and above dud not have booklets made.
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Posted 01/11/2021   4:29 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Rfw125 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Sorry wrong photo...correct one below
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Posted 01/12/2021   11:50 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add bwdavis to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
refer to article from BNAPS

https://bnaps.org/ore/VanSomeren-Ad...ightEdge.htm

I use the straightness of the edges determine. When the sheet is cut into 2 or 4 panes the edge is usually rough. When the cutting the booklet pane the edge us usually straight. This is a generalization and not perfect. There is some booklet panes that show a rough cut on one side where the sheet was cut into the panes but straight on the rest where the booklet pane was cut. (as shown in the image below)

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Edited by bwdavis - 01/12/2021 11:54 am
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Thanks for response...the only one !!.....link to article was very interesting and helpful.

Robert
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The rough cuts come from center rotary perforator cutting wheels that were used to divide stamp sheets into stamp panes at the same time that the stamp sheets were also being perforated. These are mostly found on sheet stamps and on some booklet stamps.

The smooth cuts come from straight edge cutting stroke guillotines which were used to further divide stamp panes after perforating. These are mostly found on coil and booklet stamps.
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Edited by jogil - 01/13/2021 09:06 am
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