It’s the last day of my summer holidays, and I’ve spent it with one of my favorite topics: the stamps of Sand Dunes. I know, I know… They’re ‘wallpaper’ stamps. But trust me, they do have their appeal. If yesterday’s topic of unlisted perforation varieties on stamps of Dubai, stamps didn’t get You measuring some perforations, then hopefully this post about Ajman stamps does. I assume the following stamps are either forgeries or reprints (by issuing agency). The common characteristics for all is that they are of perforation other than stated on the catalogs. Scouts Let’s kick off this blog with some scout stamps. I’m sure many have seen these stamps as they are likely one of the most common stamps of Ajman: The sheet appears OK on quick looks, but I’m willing to bet it’s a fake. The stamps are perforated 10×10, whereas Michel states the perforation should be […]
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