Hello again. What I have here are images of a 2 cent Jefferson coil pair from the Liberty Series (Scott #1055, 1055a or 1055b, not including the imperfs.) I am having trouble identifying it. Here's my problem. First of all the stamps are most definatelty TAGGED. The only 2 stamps of this design that are tagged are 1055b, both tagged-small holes-dry printing. There is one with shiny gum and one with dull gum. My pair definately has shiny gum, so that should be the end of it. However, its not. This pair is a WET print, not a DRY print. I am sure of it. To me, the most definitive and easiest way to tell wet from dry is the sheen that dry print stamps have. They all have it. Easy to see-just tilt the stamp a bit in front of a lamp and the sheen becomes apparent. There is NO sheen at all on these stamps. The other wet/dry criteria can be a little subjective (stiffer, better image whiter paper) but not sheen. If its there, its there, if not, then its not. This is a wet printing and wet printing versions of this stamp HAVE NO tagging. I know this can't be a once in a lifetime find (but I can dream, can't I?) so I gotta ask you all what Scott # do you think this is and why? Now I see Bardo Stamps has a listing for 1055b-Dry Print, Small Hole, Tagged, Brown Gum (which isn't even a Scott listing!) Maybe they were refurring to the shiny gum. I don't know, you don't know and even a professional stamp company like Bardo still can't figure out this listing. So, what are your opinions on this stamp? And while you are at it, what are your impressions as to whether or not this is a small hole or large hole? Thanks in advance.