What about the pink spot below the "N" of Noel, on the first stamp?
Figured someone would pick that one up. These are fairly common all over this issue, both the 5 and 6 cent. Don't know what causes them. The donut type is caused by a bit of grit on the print run and usually falls off so you don't get a constant variety, although if it stays for a while you can find more than one of the same. With the pink spot type they range from large (like this one) to just small dots or streaks anywhere on the stamp. I will try to dig out a few and post them later.
Here is one from Uruguay. How's this for a wandering overprint.
Also on stamp 4 the dot under "S" is missing. Other minor flaws cna be found on these as well. (tiny dots/underinking/ etc) This lot came as a single lot in a boxlot. Someone had access to a lot of copies of this stamp to put this one together.
Another one from Mozambique. This one has a dot between the U and G on the middle stamp. The little line in the lower left corner is a speck of something from the black page. (just in case someone spots it)
I just went through all 5 pages and most of the pics are there as posted. But I did notice a few have gone away. Maybe it's because I deleted a few from "seemystamps" site. But also some that I did delete from there are still on my Stamp Bears post so I don't really know what the problem is. I don't see why they would leave this post just because I delete them from "seemystamps"
Maybe one of the administrators who are more familiar with this stuff than I am.
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