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Finding The Unitrade Number Of A Variety Of The Canadian Centanianial 6 Cents Orange 459

 
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Posted 08/04/2022   11:57 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add Jacques to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I've read that the Canadian stamp #459 printed by BABN in some cases on sheets of 100 with 3 sides with a straight border. So, every sheet contains 28 stamps with a straight edge, the four corner stamps having 2 straight edges.
Do these stamps have a specific Unitrade catalog number?
Were they printed with perforations 10.0 or 12.5 x 12.0?

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Posted 08/04/2022   1:43 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Partime to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
My 2014 Unitrade lists the 6 cent Orange Booklets as having singles with straight edges on bottom (495as), and bottom corner - two sides (495asi). There are also booklet lists with LF that are slightly more costly. These are all listed as perf 10.0.

As far as the Pane of 100, there is nothing listed for the straight edge copies. The perforation shown is 12.5 x 12.0 (Unitrade 459b). I hope this helps.
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Unitrade 459 was issued in panes of 100, perf 10.
They had a straight edge on top, right and bottom.
On the left they were perfed. There are only 2 corner
stamps with 2 straight edges. All the stamps on the
pane have the same cat. number.
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As stated there is no separate number in the Unitrade catalogue for sheet stamps with straight edges for #459. Attached is section of Centennial Definitive Series 1967-1973
It also states that in some cases, depending on where the straight edge is, you cannot tell the difference between booklet and sheet stamps

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