These come through ebay from time to time, always without a cert. They are always just a red shift into the black background that "tricks" people into a possible omit error or a flyspeck/shift error but never seemingly the real thing. ckstamps unloads them all the time, like here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/CKStamps-U...353807924992
This post from back in the day, Hotchner talks about them.https://www.efocc.org/Resources/Hot...C=1985-12-09
Now the latest Raritan auction juat popped up, but this time it's different, there is a cert from 2011.https://www.raritanstamps.com/Catol...Inside=178-1
Not sure what to think on this. Is it an oversight, an alteration, or somehow the real deal. The latest Scott catalog of errors
Caution: The flag on the lunar lander
is often shifted into the lander and is not visible. Examine carefully. Never got an official Scott listing...
When I searched this on pfsearch: interestingly 2 more certs came back:
cert 450005 confirming its existence
cert 279543 a failed cert with a similar but I believe different zip block
Assuming higher number is newer... But I
want to make sure something was once perceived wasn't overturned and folks didn't trash the certificates. Not sure what to make of this whole thing. Stamp in Raritan is an even smaller 3x3 block...
Anyone have any other insight?