HI Graeme.Graeme Morriss wrote:Thanks for your posts, Mark and Bob.
The 'shift dot' items that you have both put up are really interesting. Bob's advice on there being more dot combinations than the books report is great. I find that I can't even keep up with what's in the books let alone make new discoveries myself - I have a high opinion of genuine philatelic researchers.
Is the UK society a very active one, Bob? Do you find it helpful for exchanging information etc? I tend to be the only collector of New Zealand in this part of Sydney - even Tony is miles away.
I didn't know about the different states of the 4d centre plate 4. I don't know the answer but I hope you find out and report it here. I agree that the Blitz Issues are the most interesting. I obtained my used 4d perf. 14 line only a few weeks ago though I had a stamp for years that I had bought as line perf. but was finally convinced that it wasn't.
Mark, my website is stand-alone. The original images aren't stored elsewhere though Tony has copied them to another site where they can be viewed sequentially instead of having to go back to the thumbnails each time. This is the site here:
http://members.home.nl/bas.de.reuver/files/fusker.html?http: ... 156%5D.jpg
I don't really understand how it works.
I will post some shift dots for all soonish
The link is one big line. Copy any paste as one item. that includes the ? etc all as 1 line
The images are not stored anywhere it is just picking them all up from Graeme's site and opening them sequentially
http://members.home.nl/bas.de.reuver/files/fusker.html?http: ... ge35/Pic35" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;[001-112].jpg