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Knowledge / Accidentals / Reverse Prints

Accidental Reverse Print: philatelic term for an accidental reverse print

Reverse Print Colour Accidental: deviation from the intended reverse print colour caused by an accidental

Reverse Print Typ Accidental: deviation in the reverse print text caused by an accidental

Shifted Reverse Print: deviation from the intended reverse print position

Reverse Print Plate With Accidental: reverse print printed from a caused by an accidental damaged printing form

Light Reverse Print: clear but too light reverse print

Strong Reverse Print: clear but too strong reverse print

Reverse Print Shadow Printing: seeming double reverse print strong and as shadow

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