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What Do You Call This On This Revenue Stamp?

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Posted 09/04/2022   3:34 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Reddeye to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Nells250... I've read it's got mixed emotions. But also from what I read and info given by others here. So, if not corrected it will eventually destroy or cause irreversible damage to the stamp. Sadly there is no melt weight to fall back on if the pretty little picture is messed up. I see it as preservation not a restoration as it was there all along. We have no personal preference on the subject as long as the stamp is stabilized correctly after the fact and no physical repairs are done.
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