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United States/Stamps : What is this stamp on the left?

 

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ccndd
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04 Jun 2015
06:50:36pm
The brim color isn't supposed to be blue, is it? Or is there some minor variety that I'm unaware of? Perhaps a very valuable error. Oh, my wife just woke me up. Any ideas? ThanksImage Not Found

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khj
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04 Jun 2015
09:03:38pm
re: What is this stamp on the left?

When the black doesn't even match, it's almost a certain color changeling.

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jimjung

04 Jun 2015
09:19:29pm
re: What is this stamp on the left?

Take the normal stamp. Put it on the window sill and cover half of it with a piece of paper. Leave for a day and see what happens.

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ccndd
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05 Jun 2015
10:44:42am
re: What is this stamp on the left?

The wife speaking here. When viewed next to each other it is so obvious.
When he asked me to take a picture of the "freak", I insisted he put the normal stamp next to it. It is more obvious in the picture than in person that it must be a changeling.

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06 Jun 2015
02:10:28pm
re: What is this stamp on the left?

This looked familiar so I checked my covers and I found my "changeling" of this stamp. Mine is an original stamp - either issued in the blue/green color or a forgery. It is not listed in Scott but it is #3268b - serpentine die cut 11 on 2, 3 or 4 sides, a booklet stamp. There is no note about a color variety.

Unfortuneately - I can't convert the PDF scanned image to a jpg file for uploading - but I will work onit.


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ccndd

04 Jun 2015
06:50:36pm

The brim color isn't supposed to be blue, is it? Or is there some minor variety that I'm unaware of? Perhaps a very valuable error. Oh, my wife just woke me up. Any ideas? ThanksImage Not Found

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khj

04 Jun 2015
09:03:38pm

re: What is this stamp on the left?

When the black doesn't even match, it's almost a certain color changeling.

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jimjung

04 Jun 2015
09:19:29pm

re: What is this stamp on the left?

Take the normal stamp. Put it on the window sill and cover half of it with a piece of paper. Leave for a day and see what happens.

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ccndd

05 Jun 2015
10:44:42am

re: What is this stamp on the left?

The wife speaking here. When viewed next to each other it is so obvious.
When he asked me to take a picture of the "freak", I insisted he put the normal stamp next to it. It is more obvious in the picture than in person that it must be a changeling.

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rvangorder

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06 Jun 2015
02:10:28pm

re: What is this stamp on the left?

This looked familiar so I checked my covers and I found my "changeling" of this stamp. Mine is an original stamp - either issued in the blue/green color or a forgery. It is not listed in Scott but it is #3268b - serpentine die cut 11 on 2, 3 or 4 sides, a booklet stamp. There is no note about a color variety.

Unfortuneately - I can't convert the PDF scanned image to a jpg file for uploading - but I will work onit.


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