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Help Identify "Coil Waste" Stamp From 1917 Washington Stamp

 
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Posted 03/15/2021   6:14 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add obieblue to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
hello, I was researching a 1 cent Washington stamp with stampsmarter.org website as refence for dating and manufacturing. The stamp was listed as coil waste? is this the same paper waste?
Perforation is 11 x 10, eleven vertical by ten horizontal both top and bottom. with one catch the right side of stamp appears imperforated, is this really a coil waste stamp and could someone shed some light on a Scott #, please.

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I'll agree with the Perf 11 part, that's it. Most probably Scott 498. You really need a perforation gauge. About the coil waste, let's just say you're half right.
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