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Knowledge / Accidentals / A T Ms

Accidenta A T M: philatelic term for an accidental A T M

Value Colour Accidental: atm with a deviation from the intended value colour caused by an accidental

Shifted Value: deviation from the intended value print position

Number Jumper: value with too wide jumped number in one position

Miscut A T M: accidental cut from the intended position by an atm

Value Print Plate With Accidental: value printed from a caused by an accidental damaged printing form

Light Value: clear but too light value print in an atm

Strong Value: clear but too strong value print in an atm

Blurred Value: value with blurred wet printing colour

Value Mirrow Image: atm with the wrong way round value print on reverse

Oblique A T M: atm with oblique cuts

Oblique Value: atm with value shifted out of alignment

A T M Shadow Printing: seeming double design print strong and as shadow

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