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A site devoted to the study of re-entries on postage and revenue stamps of BNA, U.S.A. & the world.

In a nutshell, a re-entry is doubling of some or all of the design of a line-engraved postage or revenue stamp, caused by misapplication of the transfer roll on the plate. See 'Re-entry Terms' below for much more information.

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Harry Sutherland  RDP  FRPSC  1930-2006

 


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STAMP VARIETY TERMS AND DEFINITIONS WITH ILLUSTRATIONS



 
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