Scott 2008 cat. The top 3 stamps in the picture are part of the set. Sc 2563-2566. The fourth stamp is a horizontal showing: Fresco Saint Eutrope Des Sailes Lavauguyon. 4.50f. Sc 2564. The left bottom stamp is a single Sc2608. The right bottom is a single Sc2612
I have a about 15 country's by Bill Steiner most I use for definitive's which are very good the rest of the pages are designed around mint stamps and not having Scott it makes them hard to follow, as we have seen with France 1997 another example is Cartoon Journey of a letter there is only a place for mint strip of 6 + label and booklet pane of 12 no place for single stamps also this set came Die cut self-adhesive.
I may have to rethink about mounting my collection.
as we have seen with France 1997 another example is Cartoon Journey of a letter there is only a place for mint strip of 6 + label and booklet pane of 12 no place for single stamps also this set came Die cut self-adhesive.
As far as I know, Steiner does not make individual spots for all-setenant booklet/pane stamps, nor for individual stamps from a S/S. If you collect used singles, you will simply need to mount the stamp in the approximate pane position, or use a generic grid page.
There should be a page for the self-adhesive, as well as the 1998 issue. It may be an omission on his part. Just reprint the page, one for water-activated gum and one for self-adhesive.
You are very welcome, Tony! One of the great benefits of reply to questions such as yours is that I get to see/research stamps that are not in my collection or that I would normally not often see. So feel free to ask away!
Regarding Steiner's France pages, Bill has updated them through 2012.
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