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A missing perforation hole.

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Fred Sellars25/09/2020 12:49:45
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How does one assess the value of a stamp due to a slight error in its production, as many of these errors are never listed in catalogues, such as a colour or perforation shift.

Here is an example of a broken perforation pin on a block of the 1c "admiral" coil stamps of Canada.



Does this enhance its value ? And if so, by how much ?

Obviously beauty is in the eye of the beholder, especially when it comes to collecting stamps. Does anyone have any comments to make on this interesting subject ? Fred.

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