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2 Cent Bank Check Stamps R5 And R6

 
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Posted 09/20/2022   11:03 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add lackemacher to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I'm attempting to position the big double transfer on R5 and R6 (T5) without much success. I believe it's in column 5 but don't know which row. Does anyone have this plated? Anyone have a multiple showing location?
Boston book calls for one plate 2B. I have a smithsonian photo of plate 2B which shows top right position dots on the top row only and bottom right dots in rows 4,7,10 and 13. T5 is not from this sheet. I have multiples with one and two top right position dots , again I can't place these on the photo I have.
Were more plates made? Were they all numbered 2B? Anyone have imprints with different plate numbers? Anyone know of any R5/6 platings?
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Posted 09/21/2022   11:30 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add lackemacher to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Thanks to Steven Perch,MD we can confirm there were at least two plates numbered 2B.
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