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2021 - 3302 Christopher Plummer & 3305 Victoria Cross Questions

 
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Posted 01/22/2023   6:33 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add morelaj1 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Scott Pages & Scott Catalogue created some questions for me by apparently not listing some numbers:

What is the number of the Souvenir Sheet that 3302 is on?

What is the number of the Souvenir Sheet that 3305 is on?
Is 3305 from the Souvenir Sheet or did it come from a regular sheet? I can't quite figure out the perfs with my gauge.
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Posted 01/23/2023   7:26 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add fester616 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Hey morelaj1,

The Christopher Plummer stamp was issued as a booklet pane of self adhesive die cut stamps. The booklet is 3303a, and a single from the booklet pane is 3303. They also issued a pane of 6, with water based gum and perforated. The pane of 6 is 3302, and a single from the pane 3302a.

They did the same with the Heroes of Winnipeg's Valor Road: Booklet 3306a, single from booklet 3306, pane of 5 3305 and single from the pane 3305a.

Look at the perforations. If they have been die cut, they are from the booklets. If they have been torn apart, they are from the panes. BTW the booklet stamps are much more common.

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