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Knowledge / Accidentals / Overprints

Accidental Overprint: philatelic term for an accidental overprint

Overprint Colour Accidental: deviation from the intended overprint colour caused by an accidental

Pair With Overprint Colour Accidental: pair one stamp with overprint colour accidental

Overprint Typ Accidental: deviation in the overprint text caused by an accidental

Shifted Overprint: deviation from the intended overprint position

Split Overprint: shifted overprint split on multible postage stamps

Shifted Overprint: pair one stamp with horizontal or vertical shifted overprint

Sheet Turn-Over: paper sheet turned over before the overprint printing

Missing Overprint: shifted overprint which did not reach a stamp field

Overprint On Blank Field: shifted overprint which reach an empty perforated field

Overprint On Printed Label: shifted overprint which reach a printed label

Overprint On Sheet Margin: shifted overprint which reach a sheet margin

Overprint Plate With Accidental: overprint printed from a caused by an accidental damaged printing form

Light Overprint: clear but too light overprint

Strong Overprint: clear but too strong overprint

Sated Overprint: unclear overprint caused by too much colour on the printing plate

Uneven Overprint: overprint with uneven printing colour

Blurred Overprint: unclear overprint

Oily Overprint: printing colour with too much oil which runs out

Blurred Overprint: overprint with blurred wet printing colour

Overprint On Reverse: postage stamp with overprint on reverse instead on front caused by a sheet turn-over

Overprint Mirrow Image: the wrong way round overprint on reverse

Partly Missing Overprint: postage stamp with partly missing overprint caused by a sheet turn-over

Oblique Overprint: postage stamp with overprint shifted out of alignment

Inverted Overprint: triangular postage stamp with shifted 180 degrees rotated horizontal overprint

Overprint Shadow Printing: seeming double overprint strong and as shadow

Overprint Space Accidental: deviation from the intended space between two parts of an overprint caused by an accidental

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