ⓘ Postage stamp invert errors ..

Invert error

In philately, an invert error occurs when part of a postage stamp is printed upside-down. Inverts are perhaps the most spectacular of postage stamp errors, not only because of their striking visual appearance, but because some are quite rare, and highly valued by stamp collectors.

1904 Pictorial 4d Lake Taupo invert

The 1904 Pictorial 4d Lake Taupo invert is a postage stamp error considered to be the rarest New Zealand stamp. The centre vignette is inverted in relation to the outer frame. The stamp was discovered in a schoolboy album in 1930 and no other copy has been found since then. The 4d stamp depicts Lake Taupo in New Zealands North Island. It was part of the first pictorial series originally issued in 1898 but reissued in different colours and sizes in 1899 and 1900. The same design was used for a 1d value issued in 1898. The sole example is used, postmarked Picton 1904.

CIA invert

The CIA invert is a one-dollar value postage stamp error issued by the United States Postal Service. It is one stamp from the Americana series that were produced between 1975 and 1981. The CIA invert is a one-dollar value postage stamp error issued by the United States Postal Service. It is one stamp from the Americana series that were produced between 1975 and 1981. The $1 colonial rushlight holder stamp was first issued on July 2, 1979 and one pane of 100 stamps was issued with the dark brown the last color printed, though it covers much of the stamp inverted. The lamp candle holder, can ...

Dag Hammarskjold invert

The Dag Hammarskjold invert is a 4 cent value postage stamp error issued on 23 October 1962 by the United States Postal Service one year after the death of Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary-General of the United Nations, in an airplane crash. The stamp, showing the yellow background inverted relative to the image and text, is also known as the Days Folly after Postmaster General J. Edward Day who ordered the intentional reprinting of the yellow invert commenting, "The Post Office Department is not running a jackpot operation." The stamp reprint was in effect a deliberate error produced by the Po ...

Inverted Dendermonde

The Inverted Dendermonde is a Belgian postage stamp, issued in 1920. Its catalogue number is: 124F Michel catalog. 182A-Dr Officiele Postzegelcatalogus van Belgie 182A Yvert catalog 139a Scott catalog.

Inverted Head 4 Annas

The Inverted Head Four Annas of India is a postage stamp prized by collectors. The 1854 first issues of India included a Four Annas value in red and blue. It was one of the worlds first multicolored stamps; the Basel Dove preceded it by nine years. However, an invert error occurred during production, showing the head "upside down."

                                     

ⓘ Postage stamp invert errors

  • The Dag Hammarskjold invert is a 4 cent value postage stamp error issued on 23 October 1962 by the United States Postal Service then known as the Post
  • philately, an invert error occurs when part of a postage stamp is printed upside - down. Inverts are perhaps the most spectacular of postage stamp errors not only
  • The Inverted Jenny also known as an Upside Down Jenny, Jenny Invert is a 24 cent United States postage stamp first issued on May 10, 1918, in which the
  • The CIA invert is a one - dollar value postage stamp error issued by the United States Postal Service. It is one stamp from the Americana series that were
  • Pictorial 4d Lake Taupo invert is a postage stamp error considered to be the rarest New Zealand stamp The centre vignette is inverted in relation to the outer
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  • The Inverted Head Four Annas of India is a postage stamp prized by collectors. The 1854 first issues of India included a Four Annas value in red and blue
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  • The Inverted Swan, a 4 - pence blue postage stamp issued in 1855 by Western Australia, was one of the world s first invert errors Technically, it is the
  • The Nixon invert was a reputed invert error of the Richard Nixon memorial postage stamp issued by the United States in 1995. Originally reported in January
  • errors as happened with the original Inverted Jenny sheet, but usually, collectors are smart enough to hang onto the windfall. A postage stamp error
  • The Inverted Dendermonde is a Belgian postage stamp issued in 1920. Its catalogue number is: 124F Michel catalog 139a Scott catalog 182A Yvert