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Oceania/Australia : TIGER CAT

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Horamakhet
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01 Jul 2020
12:05:07am
Hi to all

This is one for perhaps Rob

This is a pair of the tiger cat, both are used.

In the top right hand corner of each stamp there is a slight difference.
The one on the left, the extending branch is more defined, but the one on the right is more like a blob.

Is this a common occurrence in pair.

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Horamakhet

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Rob1956
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Member ACCC (Australian Commonwealth Collectors Club of NSW)
01 Jul 2020
07:43:14pm
re: TIGER CAT

Hi Horamakhet

It seems to be a recut.

Rob

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Horamakhet
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01 Jul 2020
09:30:42pm
re: TIGER CAT

Hi Rob,

Thanks for that, so is it common to get a recut as one of joined pair?

Also I am going to re check all my used copies and look for the line through the "S" of Australia, as I have never checked any of them for that variety

Horamakhet

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Rob1956
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01 Jul 2020
10:07:59pm
re: TIGER CAT

Hi Horamakhet

The recut can be found on paired stamps, the recut is scarce, mostly all my Tiger cat recut varieties are paired.

The line through Australia is a variety I do not have, if there is one that is MUH, I'll buy it.

Rob

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