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SEVEN CENTS Red Brown Scott #114

 


The 7¢ red brown is a beautiful, rich-looking stamp, with a number of nice varieties, including re-entries, marks in the 'V' of SEVEN, the 'N' of CENTS, as well as very interesting markings in the LNB. The latter are being studied by Leopold Beaudet of Ottawa.

   

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Scott #114

7¢ Admiral Red Brown

Re-entry 1

Position Unknown

Nice doubling is found in the lower portion of the design, including the inner lower frameline, the bottoms of both numeral boxes, and the tops of some of SEVEN CENTS.

 

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Scott #114

7¢ Admiral Red Brown

Re-entry 2

Position Unknown

This one is extremely similar to the above re-entry.

 

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Scott #114

7¢ Admiral Red Brown

Re-entry 3

Position 8UL91

This one shows a stronger, sharper doubling of the bottom line of the LNB, some of the letters of SEVEN CENTS, and the bottom of the portrait oval.

 

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Scott #114

7¢ Admiral Red Brown

Odd Diagonal Marks LL

Following all of the odd pairs of diagonal marks found in the left numeral box of the 3¢ Brown Admiral, I was surprised to come across this 7¢ Admiral with numerous pairs of similar diagonal markings in and around the left numeral box.

Their cause is yet unknown, but with so many plate positions exhibiting these markings, they very likely occurred on one of the reliefs on the transfer roll.

 

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Ralph E. Trimble

Specialist in BNA Re-entries
retrimble@rogers.com