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Fake: deceitful reprint of a postage stamp, postal shipment and so on, all parts are bogus or deceitful manipulated original postage stamp and so on

Forgery: deceitful reprint of a postage stamp, postal shipment and so on, all parts are bogus (design print, cancellation, perforation)

Partly Fake: original deceitful manipulated postage stamp, postal shipment and so on (e. g. fake perforation)

Fake Print: original postage stamp with deceitful bogus print (e. g. value print)

Fake Separation: original postage stamp with deceitful bogus separation (e. g. rouletting)

Fake Cancellation: original postage stamp with deceitful bogus cancellation (e. g. hand postmark)

Fake Print on Back: original postage stamp with deceitful bogus print on reverse (e. g. overprint)

Inverted Fake Print: original postage stamp with 180 degrees rotated deceitful bogus print (e. g. burelage)

Double Fake Print: original postage stamp with twice deceitful bogus print (e. g. overprint)

Additional Fake Print: postage stamp with original print with additional deceitful bogus print (e. g. overprint)

Additional Fake Print on Back: postage stamp with original print with additional deceitful bogus print on reverse (e. g. design print)

Additional Inverted Fake Print: postage stamp with original print with additional 180 degrees rotated deceitful bogus print (e. g. overprint)

Fake Colour: original postage stamp with deceitful bogus changed colour (e. g. paper colour)

Fake Design: original postage stamp with deceitful (partly) removed and / or supplemented design (e. g. design print)

Supplemented Print: original print with deceitful supplemen-
ted parts (e. g. design print)

Supplemented Damaged Print: original print with deceitful supplemented lost parts (e. g. design print)

Supplemented Separation: original postage stamp with deceitful bogus supplemented margins with fake separation (e. g. perforation)

Partly Supplemented Sepa-
ration:
original postage stamp with deceitful bogus supple-
mented margins on one, two or three sides with fake separation (e. g. rouletting)

Toned Up Colour: original postage stamp with deceitful toned up light colour (e. g. design colour)

Removed Print: original print deceitful completely eliminated (e. g. overprint)

Partly Removed Print: original print deceitful partly eliminated (e. g. margin print)

Removed Cancellation: original cancellation deceitful eliminated (e. g. hand postmark)

Toned Down Colour: original postage stamp with deceitful toned down strong colour (e. g. design print)

Mending: repaired or restored postage stamp mostly to deceive others (e. g. repaired tear)

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