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Trevor Bishop 114/05/2019 13:46:15
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Hi all ,

I thought some of you would be interested in a stamp I recently got on an envelope .

It’s a forgery : things to notice are the design is composed of lines rather than dots , the whole image is rather fuzzy . The 2nd figure is poorly done & many of the letters are not sharp or clear, particularly the O in front of the queens throat . Also there are no phosphor bands .

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Edited By Trevor Bishop 1 on 14/05/2019 13:48:02

Carmen17/05/2019 12:21:59
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Hey Trevor, interesting! I'm curious though about how and where the forgers are able to get the equipment, for instance, that allows them to do the security tab-thingies?

Are the perforations correct?

Wow, where there's a will there's a way I guess.

M C STRATHDEE28/07/2019 01:05:36
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many fakes are posted here ...

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