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website upgrade

It has been some while since this website has been updated due to time constraints.

There are finally new articles, fresh links and other features, too, such as an overall improved appearance so, enjoy!

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dummy stamps

The 42nd issue of the quarterly Dummy Stamps newsletter has been published and continues its 10th year of publication.

Click here to read a PDF copy on-screen, print off your own copy, or save to most types of device.

stamp production news  
Royal Mail recently introduced printing under the silicone release layer of its PSA stamps. The wavy text used was initially all the same way up, but a new development will see alternate rows of text inverted so that rolls or sheets can be printed 'upside up' or 'upside down' without creating a new collectable variety.

New book on the engraving work of Martin Morck recently launched.

Stamp Community Forums
has a useful discussion area for all stamp production matters. Why not join for free and contribute?

Pierre Gandon engraving website launched.

 
 

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