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Author: Subject: interesting variety of Russian Gold standard, Litho acting Typo?

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[*] posted on 7/28/2016 at 14:19
interesting variety of Russian Gold standard, Litho acting Typo?


Could there be for some reason a mix of Litho & Typo appearing in one block? (I know its unrealistic and impossible). But this SciFi question of main started it all..

Its known that the "peasant small head" poses a problem in distinguishing between litho-graphed and typo-graphed issues, particularly in used 2k, 6k and 30k stamps. And it is important to distinguish imperfs, because the typo-graphed 2k and 6k do exist.

The Litho vs Typo main differentiators are numeral tails, 3, CCCP, corners, size, issue and distribution/circulation date etc. but the results of my comparison are confusing and if nothing else it obviously indicate that more distinguishing points are required to be able to decide with certainty what is LITHO & TYPO.. .

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