I am pretty new so sorry if this is a rookie question. I am running into alot of stamps that have 2 versions otherwise identical (best I can see) where they only say one is ATM booklet and the other is vending booklet. I read up on differences and only find ATM prints value on demand where booklets are pre-printed (i think I get that is it ?!). So how do I tell if the individual stamp I have is one or the other? Example is Santa Nutcracker SC #'s 4362 4366 4370. I eliminated 4370 as it has 2008 outside the uniform. The other 2 are the remaining choices.
I assume I will be able to figure it out on all stamps once I know the "key"
Thanks for help,John
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Geza - As an example, your Nutcracker stamps would have die cut rates (DCR) as follows:
Scott 4362 = DCR 10 3/4 x 11 on two or three sides Scott 4366 = DCR 11 1/4 x 11 on two or three sides Scott 4370 = DCR 8 on two, three or four sides
In addition, Scott 4362 differs from 4366 and 4370 in design with 4362 being A3322 with the 42-cent denomination at the top right of the stamp and 4366/4370 being A3326 with the 42-cent denomination being at the top left of the design.