I was looking something else up in my Unitrade and noticed a comment under the series containing Newfoundland #180, "Number 180 was gummed after perforating". I thought this was a bit odd, I wonder how many people have turned this stamp down assuming it was regummed. I really can't tell the difference but some claim they can. I wonder why it was done this way, did they just forget to do it earlier or did they have some objective in mind? I just thought this was a bit of an unusual thing to do intentionally!