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Canada/Stamps : INTERESTING VARIETY BETWEEN N AND T OF CENTS

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Horamakhet
28 Feb 2018
01:03:43am
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Hi to all

is the hyphen between the n and t of cents a common variety, and also Queen Victoria looks like she has an enflamed nose. Maybe she was suffering a cold.
Regards

Horamakhet

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pigdoc
28 Feb 2018
02:20:03pm
re: INTERESTING VARIETY BETWEEN N AND T OF CENTS

A bit off-topic, but the "T.S" varieties in Danish West Indies are very well known. Here are a few from my collection:

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The middle one is upside down to highlight the inverted frame...or is it an inverted center?

Now, if you can find me the T.S variety in that overprinted one, WITH an inverted frame, I'm all in!

-Paul

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doomboy
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28 Feb 2018
06:05:23pm
re: INTERESTING VARIETY BETWEEN N AND T OF CENTS

Horamakhet:

For what it's worth, the 3c QV 'Numeral' doesn't have much comment on it in the Unitrade Canadian catalogue. There is no mention of a 'hyphen' or 'dot' in the location mentioned. About the only major variant listed is a re-entry in the lower left (78i).

-Darryl


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