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ATA Chapter #94
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32. Diagonal misperfs affecting many to all the stamps of a pane: Diagonal perforations usually occur when a sheet is misfed into, or tears within, a perforator. They are relatively scarce and, depending upon the angle, a stamp can go as high as the $75 range for a pair, and more for blocks.


Type 32: Horizontal perforations are on a diagonal; each stamp is different (Scott 1394).


Type 32: This is an example of diagonal misperforations on the 1941 8¢ airmail (Scott C26).
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