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Knowledge / Accidentals / Press Marks

Accidental Press Mark: philatelic term for an accidental press mark

Shifted Press Mark: deviation from the intended press mark position

Split Press Mark: shifted press mark split on multible postage stamps

Missing Press Mark: shifted press mark which did not reach a stamp field

Press Mark Coil With Accidental: press mark produced from a caused by an accidental damaged press mark coil

Light Press Mark: clear but too light press mark

Strong Press Mark: clear but too strong press mark

Press Mark on Front: postage stamp with press mark on front instead on reverse

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