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BNAPS Books Department The 2¢ Small Queen -- Re-entries & Varieties <em>The defining criteria of the 2¢ Small Queen -- the Re-entries & Varieties</em>, 2013 by Kershaw, Kenneth. A very useful aid to help collectors of the 2-cent Small Queen identify individual copies of the stamp. Colour. Spiral, 86 pp. Similar to his recent 1¢ Small Queen book, Ken Kershaw’s new 2¢ Small Queen volume is not a plating book where stamps are examined position by position. It too is a summary of known flaws, both strong and weak, that can be found on the 2¢ Small Queen, including “Kiss-print” duplicates, tool marks, guide lines and particularly guide dots, using a new grid system Ken has developed that locates a guide dot on individual stamp. Though several thousand stamps were examined for this book, Ken makes it clear that many more are likely to be found. This volume is his 20th BNAPS book. A brief biography of Ken can be found in BNA Topics, Jan-Mar 2013, p. 59. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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The 2¢ Small Queen -- Re-entries & Varieties

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The 2¢ Small Queen -- Re-entries & Varieties
The 2¢ Small Queen -- Re-entries & Varieties

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The 2¢ Small Queen -- Re-entries & Varieties

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The defining criteria of the 2¢ Small Queen — the Re-entries & Varieties, 2013 by Kershaw, Kenneth. A very useful aid to help collectors of the 2-cent Small Queen identify individual copies of the stamp. Colour. Spiral, 86 pp.

Similar to his recent 1¢ Small Queen book, Ken Kershaw’s new 2¢ Small Queen volume is not a plating book where stamps are examined position by position. It too is a summary of known flaws, both strong and weak, that can be found on the 2¢ Small Queen, including “Kiss-print” duplicates, tool marks, guide lines and particularly guide dots, using a new grid system Ken has developed that locates a guide dot on individual stamp. Though several thousand stamps were examined for this book, Ken makes it clear that many more are likely to be found. This volume is his 20th BNAPS book. A brief biography of Ken can be found in BNA Topics, Jan-Mar 2013, p. 59.