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Or W*l*i*m B*r*o*g*s in Diss, Norfolk.
 
We keep asking him to change his business name to Diss World Stamps but he won't... yet  Wink
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Has anybody noticed anything odd about the 2F Red from the Quadrants? And I am not referring to the bat guano print flaw. Its to do with the values on the stamp.


When the bat guano flaw was first proposed was it named reflecting the character name used in the Dr Strangelove film - Colonel 'Bat' Guano, played by Keenan Wynn?
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Originally posted by Steve Steve wrote:

Originally posted by Steve Steve wrote:



Has anybody noticed anything odd about the 2F Red from the Quadrants? And I am not referring to the bat guano print flaw. Its to do with the values on the stamp.


When the bat guano flaw was first proposed was it named reflecting the character name used in the Dr Strangelove film - Colonel 'Bat' Guano, played by Keenan Wynn?

I have 2 revelations to make here. Firstly, you can buy bat guano in tubs from Amazon.

Secondly, and, perhaps, more importantly the so-called bat guano flaw, originally reported by me, no longer exists. Therefore, it must never have existed. I can only assume that it was a speck of paper that had adhered to the stamp and has since become dislodged.

I realise that this will be a major disappointment for collectors but can only apologise Broken Heart

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Originally posted by Daniel Daniel wrote:

I have 2 revelations to make here. Firstly, you can buy bat guano in tubs from Amazon.

Secondly, and, perhaps, more importantly the so-called bat guano flaw, originally reported by me, no longer exists.


This may come as surprise to those who knw me, but I have never. and probably never will. seach on Amazon or elsewhere for bat guano, or indeed guano from any other species.
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Originally posted by Daniel Daniel wrote:



Secondly, and, perhaps, more importantly the so-called bat guano flaw, originally reported by me, no longer exists. Therefore, it must never have existed. I can only assume that it was a speck of paper that had adhered to the stamp and has since become dislodged.

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