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Rainer View Drop Down
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    Posted: 18 June 2013 at 6:39am

Greetings,

cliché identification was never my favored subject, would some member give me a helping hand in identifying this cliché? The printing is very clear, is it cliché 12 from setting 1 imperforated?



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Dear Rainer,

Please have a look at my one and only one stamp similar like yours.



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Hello ! A bit late but I don't have much time left for the hobby.
Well, this seems to be cliché 3, and due to the large margins, very possibly a trimmed copy of a pair of proofs (clichés 5 and 3). Moreover, it is very cleanly printed. Best.
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Thank you Snow Lion for your kind comment! You seems to be very knowledgeable with this type of Tibet stamps.

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