OK, some of you might think this is a thread about the Great Britain penny red plate #77. Not quite.
I was going through a batch of mint panes, when I noticed that some stamps had been selectively removed from the panes. Normally, I hate when this happens in batches of full mint panes and booklets, as it means I was shorted on the face value of the entire lot.
But this time, there were a few mint panes in which one of the previous owners had gone out of the way to remove a stamp deep within the pane, corresponding to position -- you guessed it -- position 77!
Below is one example. I can understand removing the bottom right block of 10 (although I would have gone after the plate block). But carefully removing position #77?!? That's not a topical, that's a fetish!
Almost forgot, the pane has a Yuma, AZ local precancel.
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