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ATA Chapter #94

ATA Chapter #94
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15. Double prints: The second insertion of a printed sheet into the press - as opposed to movement of the paper and a stutter of the plate - will result in a true double impression. These usually have occurred through carelessness or perhaps when a pressman tried to strengthen a light impression. Considered scarce, they cost several hundred dollars and up.


Type 15: The red Statue of Liberty has been doubled on this 8¢ Scott 1041a.


Type 15: A true double impression on a U.S. 1918 1¢ offset Washington (Scott 525d). The stamp passed through the press twice and received two separate strikes.

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