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The EFO Collector: Archive: Issue of June 1982




stamp errors, stamp errors, EFO, kiss double print, phantom plate numbers, partially missing overprints and surcharges, wide/narrow overprint/surcharge/precancel settings which result from misoperation of the devices involved, unprinted areas on stamps resulting from foreign matter (e.g., string, paper) on plate or sheet, partially unprinted areas on stamps resulting from operation of the press (e.g., scooped ink, dry ink wells), miscut coils and booklet panes which show parts of adjoining stamps or sheet markings, split watermarks, watermark varieties tracing to operation of the watermaking process (e.g., partially missing), ink flaws and extra ink resulting from the printing process )e.g., splatters, litho doughnuts), Giori ink bleeds, Huck joint line ink, ink smears, fingerprints, part or all of overprint/surcharge misregistered on stamp or part of itself, overprint/surcharge doubled due to kiss, overprint/surcharge partially printed on back of stamp, unusual gum skips, partial grill varieties, stamp paper which has changed color in production process (e.g. in drying process), oddities, plate varieties (e.g. double transfers, layout lines, posiiton dots), design errors and ghosts, intentionally created (altered) varieties made after release (e.g. color changelings, attempts to create higher value stamps), rotary coil end strips, flat plate coil paste-ups, stamps printed on the edge of watermarked paper showing edge/margin markings, reconstruction of sheets showing a total background picture, essays, proofs and specimens, private perfs, unusual local overprints, experimental perforations (e.g., diamond shape, alternating size), inappropriate design elements or watermark design, cinderellas of non-existent counties, bisects, cancels which change the design, cancellation varieties - missing, inverted, misspellings, substitutions of numbers, spacing and sheet layout varieties, errors in cachets - factual, spelling, etc., pre-first-day-of-issue, intentionally created errors (e.g., Spain's Lindbergh Airmail), intentionally produced gutter pairs, British wing margins, provisional overprints, stamps printed on maps, currency or other items on reverse, T- cancels on stamps, denoting postage due use




Keywords: stamp errors, stamp errors, EFO, kiss double print, phantom plate numbers, partially missing overprints and surcharges, wide/narrow overprint/surcharge/precancel settings which result from misoperation of the devices involved, unprinted areas on stamps resulting from foreign matter (e.g., string, paper) on plate or sheet, partially unprinted areas on stamps resulting from operation of the press (e.g., scooped ink, dry ink wells), miscut coils and booklet panes which show parts of adjoining stamps or sheet markings, split watermarks, watermark varieties tracing to operation of the watermaking process (e.g., partially missing), ink flaws and extra ink resulting from the printing process )e.g., splatters, litho doughnuts), Giori ink bleeds, Huck joint line ink, ink smears, fingerprints, part or all of overprint/surcharge misregistered on stamp or part of itself, overprint/surcharge doubled due to kiss, overprint/surcharge partially printed on back of stamp, unusual gum skips, partial grill varieties, stamp paper which has changed color in production process (e.g. in drying process), oddities, plate varieties (e.g. double transfers, layout lines, posiiton dots), design errors and ghosts, intentionally created (altered) varieties made after release (e.g. color changelings, attempts to create higher value stamps), rotary coil end strips, flat plate coil paste-ups, stamps printed on the edge of watermarked paper showing edge/margin markings, reconstruction of sheets showing a total background picture, essays, proofs and specimens, private perfs, unusual local overprints, experimental perforations (e.g., diamond shape, alternating size), inappropriate design elements or watermark design, cinderellas of non-existent counties, bisects, cancels which change the design, cancellation varieties - missing, inverted, misspellings, substitutions of numbers, spacing and sheet layout varieties, errors in cachets - factual, spelling, etc., pre-first-day-of-issue, intentionally created errors (e.g., Spain's Lindbergh Airmail), intentionally produced gutter pairs, British wing margins, provisional overprints, stamps printed on maps, currency or other items on reverse, T- cancels on stamps, denoting postage due use
 
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