P&R I - 2c Urquiza

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P&R I - 2c Urquiza

Notapor Rein » 31 May 2011 07:53

The 2c Urquiza on Wiggins Teape paper with parallel watermark, symmetrical paper mesh and density 30/20; Brown fibers!!!!

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to be continued ....
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Re: P&R I - 2c Urquiza

Notapor stamps9407 » 23 Sep 2011 23:40

Hello, Let me continue my study with this value, here the back scan

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again r1s2 means row1 stamp 2 (from left to right)

r1s2 and r1s3 are M1
r2s3 is RR2 (there is only RR2 for this stamp)

r1s1 and r2s1 looks like M1 but paper is darker (thicker?) and both looks like 30/20 to me.

r2s2 has no watermark without scanner to me it was SF3 (r2s4 too) but now following your previous analysis shall I say SF1?

Thanks

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Re: P&R I - 2c Urquiza

Notapor Rein » 24 Sep 2011 06:56

stamps9407 escribiste:Hello, Let me continue my study with this value, here the back scan

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again r1s2 means row1 stamp 2 (from left to right)

r1s2 and r1s3 are M1
r2s3 is RR2 (there is only RR2 for this stamp)

r1s1 and r2s1 looks like M1 but paper is darker (thicker?) and both looks like 30/20 to me.

r2s2 has no watermark without scanner to me it was SF3 (r2s4 too) but now following your previous analysis shall I say SF1?

Thanks

Sergio


Sergio.

most of the stamps are MI 1 - first row 1-3, second row 1;
second row 2 and 4 are SF 1, second row 3 is RR 2!

SF 1:
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SF 1 and SF 2 are symmetrical!

RR 2:

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Turning the stamp somewhat and the lines will be more visible:

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RR 2 Asymmetrical! In contrary to RR1 that is symmetrical....

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Re: P&R I - 2c Urquiza

Notapor stamps9407 » 24 Sep 2011 11:31

Rein, thanks for the answer, very clear, may be it's not that clear to see the lines, but I'll spend some time there.
I'll be back!!!
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