Imperforate Variety of 1934-35 Liechtenstein Definitive?

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Imperforate Variety of 1934-35 Liechtenstein Definitive?

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My Scott Specialized catalogue does not list an imperforate variety of this stamp from Liechtenstein's 1934-1935 definitive set:

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The paper seems to match regularly perforated stamps in my collection but I notice that the printer's imprint in the lower left corner is missing from this stamp. I did notice imperforate varieties from the same set listed in an auction online (https://www.cherrystoneauctions.com/_auction/results.asp?auc ... CHTENSTEIN). Are these imperforate stamps listed in other catalogues? Are they in fact actually stamps, some sort of proof, or something else? I would appreciate input from Stampboarders with more expertise in this area. Thank you!
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Re: Imperforate Variety of 1934-35 Liechtenstein Definitive?

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stampquestions wrote:
23 Sep 2021 10:31
My Scott Specialized catalogue does not list an imperforate variety of this stamp from Liechtenstein's 1934-1935 definitive set:

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The paper seems to match regularly perforated stamps in my collection but I notice that the printer's imprint in the lower left corner is missing from this stamp. I did notice imperforate varieties from the same set listed in an auction online (https://www.cherrystoneauctions.com/_auction/results.asp?auc ... CHTENSTEIN). Are these imperforate stamps listed in other catalogues? Are they in fact actually stamps, some sort of proof, or something else? I would appreciate input from Stampboarders with more expertise in this area. Thank you!
Sorry, I just found my answer in a 1936 souvenir sheet although I guess the question about the items from the Cherrystone auction remains.
Derrick - I collect worldwide stamps. Please visit my "Philately Goes Bananas" site:
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