How did you fare Gavin?
Bought this one today and hopefully that dot under L is a clue .... does not seem to be lint on my scanner?
Also G box seems to have double line at top and the O on ONE seems a bit fuzzy?
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Liquid paper might be able to conceal the extended base line, left and right, on your stamp,
Plate 1b, Glen.
emason wrote: ↑31 Jan 2019 07:32
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SOTW - Been there, done that ....
A picture is a thousand words ..... ?Global Administrator wrote: ↑15 Oct 2020 20:52.
For ONCE, I thought it was correct ID.
Seeing I bought it as Plate 4, looked at GB Specialised cat, on Plate 4 pages, that shows the left and right ''L'' letters stating they were ''distinctive'' on Plate 4, and thought BINGO -- they looked exactly correct. (To me!)
As plate 4 is cat 1500 quid more than the cheaper plates, was VERY pleased. For a half hour anyway.
You haven't got a GH one of those I could borrow, have you? Please?
I make it plate 2 but the size of the image and cancel being in the way of the G, perhaps we should get other opinions on it....gavin-h wrote: ↑02 Nov 2020 23:36Good afternoon, team!
I'm after a bit of help with this one, please - a GH of course!
The seller states it to be Plate 4, but from the position of the H, I think Plate 5 or possibly Plate 2 is more likely.
I hope the scan is good enough, it's taken from the listing and is the best I can manage. I've straightened it up because it was at a bit of an oblique angle but otherwise kept perspectives/proportions as-is.
Can you please mock / educate /praise me (delete as appropriate!)
Thanks in advance...
FF-JL is only 35 stamps.....?
O.K., working with what we've got then.... (Keystoning and blurriness make it hard to be 100% sure) .....
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