The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

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The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor Rein » 22 Abr 2011 09:06

The 35c Telecomunicaciones on Wiggins Teape paper with parallel watermark, symmetrical paper mesh and density 24/22 [aka Tela] PLUS brown fibers:

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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor leonardoleidi » 22 Abr 2011 13:15

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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor Rein » 22 Abr 2011 17:55

leonardoleidi escribiste:Even this stamp with fibres!!! Interesting!!


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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor stamps9407 » 08 Oct 2011 19:00

Hello, I have 9 of this

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and back

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in the next post my attempts to find out what kind of paper is each of them....
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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor stamps9407 » 09 Oct 2011 00:57

Hello, lets start by the first row

r1c1 = RR2
r1c2 = RR2
r1c3 = RR2

It's OK to say water mark is orthogonal to direction of paper? Below the images of each stamp

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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor stamps9407 » 09 Oct 2011 01:06

The second row

r2c1 = SF3?
r2c2 = SF1
r2c3 = SF1

r2c1 looks like asymmetrical but not sure
I am assuming c2 and c3 are SF1 my question is what is the difference between SF1 and SF2?

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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor stamps9407 » 09 Oct 2011 01:09

r3c1 = RR2
r3c2 = RR2
r3c3 = MI4

Below the pictures.

Let see how many mistakes I have made

Thanks

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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor Rein » 09 Oct 2011 19:22

stamps9407 escribiste:r3c1 = RR2
r3c2 = RR2
r3c3 = MI4

Below the pictures.

Let see how many mistakes I have made

Thanks

Sergio



Sergio!

Looks like NO mistakes!

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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor Rein » 09 Oct 2011 19:28

stamps9407 escribiste:Hello, lets start by the first row

r1c1 = RR2
r1c2 = RR2
r1c3 = RR2

It's OK to say water mark is orthogonal to direction of paper? Below the images of each stamp

Sergio


Sergio,

the diagonals are all Asymmetrical with RR 2! See bright blue lines!

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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor Rein » 09 Oct 2011 19:37

stamps9407 escribiste:The second row

r2c1 = SF3?
r2c2 = SF1
r2c3 = SF1

r2c1 looks like asymmetrical but not sure
I am assuming c2 and c3 are SF1 my question is what is the difference between SF1 and SF2?

Sergio



Sergio,

there is no difference in watermark between SF1 and SF2 it is just the direction of paper - the black line parallel to the long side of s stamp [SF 1] or parallel to the short side [SF 2].

Your SF3 ? has hardly visible diagonals but it is probably not like you did draw! Symmetrical like SF 2.

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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor stamps9407 » 09 Oct 2011 20:06

Thanks, good news according Bardi's SF2 is scarce than SF3 :)

These RR2 and SF (other than SF1) have difficult diagonals... but it is just matter of time.

Thanks again
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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor stamps9407 » 16 Oct 2011 23:10

Hello Rein,

SF1 is called: grene // al lado mayor
SF2 is called: grene // al lado menor

But lado mayor or lado menor is refered to the stamps side, my question is

What if the stamp is printed in the other orientation? did this happen? is this the only difference between this papers or they have different origin?
I have the same doubts with ZA1 or ZA2
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Re: The 35c Post Office Telecomunicaciones

Notapor Rein » 17 Oct 2011 05:12

stamps9407 escribiste:Hello Rein,

SF1 is called: grene // al lado mayor
SF2 is called: grene // al lado menor

But lado mayor or lado menor is refered to the stamps side, my question is

What if the stamp is printed in the other orientation? did this happen? is this the only difference between this papers or they have different origin?
I have the same doubts with ZA1 or ZA2
Thanks
Sergio



Sergio,

SF 1 = SF 2 - there is no difference in paper as far as I know; both Zárate made! The difference is in how the larger sheets were cut into smaller ones. The direction of printing is usually parallel to the small side of the stamp for this size of stamps.

SF 3 is something completely different. It is not sure whether it comes from Zárate or from Canada. Some call it Canadian paper. There is absolutely no grain visible = neither symmetrical or asymmetrical - nor remnants of indents [rhombs] either at the front or at the back! Just plenty of tiny dots when you look through the paper towards a light source. But beware! Also SF1/SF2 can have such dots accompanying the hardly visible symmetrical grain!!!!

ZA 1 has an asymmetrical paper wire; ZA 2 has a symmetrical paper wire! That is the main difference! ZA 3 and ZA 4 are like ZA 1 and ZA 2 but are somewhat whiter! This has nothing to do with the watermarks or paper wire but - and I am not so sure about it - with a possible adding of optical brightening agents. All ZA types of paper have an orthogonal watermark!
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