Post by PostmasterGS on Jul 3, 2016 9:51:06 GMT -5
I'm working on my collection of British forgeries of French stamps used in German-occupied France during WWII, and when I display them on my website, I'd like to display the forgeries side-by-side with the originals. But, I don't collect France, so I don't have copies of the originals.
Just to make sure the error doesn't accidentally propagate, the genuine stamps are "red brown" in Scott.
I have emailed you the scan. It turns out my 30c Pétain may be an EFO with printing flaw in the upper left corner and along the printer's text -- if that is not acceptable, let me know and I'll see if I have another one somewhere.
I also never bothered to check for the secret marks or perfs to see if one of the British forgeries may have accidentally worked its way in. So if by some miracle I happen to have one of the British forgeries in there, let me know!
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