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2. The second is an engraver's slip that curves upward from the bottom frameline from the
last "A" of "Canada" to the "T"in postage. 1. The first is a retouching of the left vertical frameline, ending at an engraver's slip at the bottom.
As with all coil stamps printed by the Canadian Bank Note company,
there are variations in both horizontal and vertical
spacing between the subjects. As you can see, although the sheet stamps are quite common for all values, several of
the booklet stamps and the coil stamps are not so common, especially nicely used
examples with in-period cancellations and covers bearing attractive frankings of these stamps.
These flaws can be found on the regular issued stamps and both types of official stamps.
No definite issue dates are given for the Official stamps.
As stated in the issue quantity information above, a
total of 54 plates were used to print all of the stamps including the official "G" overprints.
Finally, all stamps can be found on wove paper that
shows no distinct mesh pattern when held to strong back-light.
Figure 16 shows the average classification accuracies
at different feature occurrence levels for different datasets.

The most common paper is a non-fluorescent white, horizontal wove
paper, that shows a distinct mesh pattern when held to strong