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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Updated - The Medallion Issue of 1932-1935 - Part 1

I have updated the first post on the 1932-1935 Medallion issue to correct an error that was brought to my attention by Mr. Julian Goldberg, a philatelist in Toronto. Apparently the 1c stamp which Unitrade classifies as a flat printing #195d, is actually not a flat plate printing at all, but is a dry rotary printing.

You can read about it in more detail by clicking the following link:

http://canadianphilately.blogspot.ca/2016/10/the-medallion-issue-of-1932-1935-part-1.html

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  2. I believe that Julian has stated that he believes that all of the 1,2 and 3 cent stamps were actually printed by the Rotary Press method. The discrepancy lies as to whether they were wet or dry prints!

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  3. See: Evaluating the Medallion 1¢ Variety.
    A look at how the stamps were printed. See follow-up: BNA Topics Jan/Mar 2015 #542 p5.

    (illustrated; references; tables)

    Subject(s): • 20th Century
    • British American Bank Note Company
    • Printing
    • Stamps - 1932 - Medallion
    Author(s): • Neyhart, Charles
    BNA Topics
    Vol 71, #4, Whole #541 (Oct/Dec 2014), p. 45(6)

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