Revenuecollector - Yes, I saw your earlier posting and now see that the new Specialized lists your "twisted transfer" and the double transfer. I have quite a few of the doubled lines, also some faint layout or guide lines and other flyspeck stuff but have not gotten around to scanning them or organizing them. Thanks for the great job you do scanning and posting images on your site. What program do you use to add the arrows? John
I must return later to this post --duty calls but don't tell her I called her duty. However, what is shown here supplies the information for me to have altered my opinion and post on your other thread. Can you post here in the manner to allow enlarging as you have with photos in this thread, the image of the pair from your other thread?
ParcelPostGuy Once my exhibit is returned I can make better scans. I can tell you that these two stamps are relative positions 2-3 from a top margin block of 9 (3x3). The third column is shifted upwards to the same extent as the #3 stamp. I also have a top margin block of 6 (3x2) relative positions 2-3-4 showing the same characteristics. The stamp in question includes the "2" from "Pl 2" at left above in its sheet margin.
I am trying to learn how to make higher res images for this site, but I am limited to 250K. I plan to write in more detail about some of the characteristics on these stamps for the US Specialist and/or TAR. John Bowman