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New Zealand Scott's #131 / A42 Question On Compound Perf.

 
 
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1902 Type Redrawn.

This item is listed in Scott's Specialized as a compound perf. of 14 x 14 1/2 .
I am measuring this as a 14 x 15 using my Scott's Multi Gauge. Any input on this is appreciated.

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Gibbons has this at 14x15. I measured used ones that I have at 14x14.8. Remember that it is stated in the catalog introduction that perf measurements in Scott are rounded to the "nearest" half; sometimes it may be up, sometimes down.
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Edited by hy-brasil - 10/21/2019 3:09 pm
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Copy thanks. Kind of like the measurements for the Washington ,Franklin stamps ball park numbers.
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