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United States/Stamps : SC927 Block Difference

 

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13 Sep 2014
04:02:39pm
I was working on my plate block album, and noticed two blocks with two distinct colors on the paper. Since I'm a novice, my question is, what would cause this? Is it a difference between wet/dry printing? There's no note in the 2014 Scott Catalog.

Thanks in advance.

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13 Sep 2014
04:12:17pm
re: SC927 Block Difference

The degree of wetness of the paper will cause the ink to bleed into the paper at different amounts. The wetter, the more ink will bleed into the paper.

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13 Sep 2014
04:02:39pm

I was working on my plate block album, and noticed two blocks with two distinct colors on the paper. Since I'm a novice, my question is, what would cause this? Is it a difference between wet/dry printing? There's no note in the 2014 Scott Catalog.

Thanks in advance.

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13 Sep 2014
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re: SC927 Block Difference

The degree of wetness of the paper will cause the ink to bleed into the paper at different amounts. The wetter, the more ink will bleed into the paper.

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