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How Do I Identify 2/12mm And 3mm On Booklet Panes 804B,806B And 807A

 
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Posted 11/20/2022   6:51 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add dmngzrf66 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Hi. I need some help trying to understand the difference between 21/2mm and 3mm when it comes to booklet panes 804b, 806b and 807a. Is that measurement to be taken from from the vertical space between the two stamps? I have a bunch of booklet panes on those stamps but I'm just not sure how to make the difference. I'll appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction.

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Rafael
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Yes, one measures the gap between the two columns of stamps. Here is a pane with 3mm spacing on top of a 2.5mm pane:

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Thank you John Becker
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