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31. Single direction misperfs affecting all the stamps of a pane or coil, aligned with the design: There are two types. Simple misperfs are quite common. They usually run from $5 to $15 if the design is cut in half by the perfs. However, many people think of them as being defective stamps rather than collectible freaks. The other type is design-change misperfs. They are like simple misperfs, but the perfs shift in just such a way as to change the design. As an example, the inscription will appear on the wrong end of a stamp. Nice examples can go to the $30 range.


Type 31: The horizontal perforations are off equally throughout the pane, creating a "design misperf" (Scott 2618).


Type 31: Two way misplacement of the die cuts (The grid was added digitally to show where the die-cuts are located).

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