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List of Images of Large Multiples, defined as at least six stamps. In all cases, I will endeavor to show the largest multiple for which I can have a decent image, and will strart specifying how large that multiple is (No. of rows X no. of columns).


 NOTE: The 300 dpi scans are often 5 or even 10 MB and can take a very long time to load!!! 

Note: the "posthumous" 6th, 7th, 8th issues are listed as F3's (and sometimes F5's) of the 3rd, 4th, and 5th issues, respectively.

Some scans are progressive, and take time to come into focus. (Progressive scans fill in some of the entire image and then add detail over several more passes.)
Catalog #
Genuine
F1's
F3's & F5's
Notes
1st Issue
1
96 dpi, 300 dpi
(RH sheet, 4X4)
96 dpi, 300 dpi
(full sheet, 8X4)
72 dpi, 300 dpi
Gen. #1 half sheet is from Kronenberg scan V7_P68.  Also see cell immediately below 
2
72 dpi, 300 dpi
(One 2X4 pane)
96 dpi, 300 dpi
(full sheet, 8X4)
72 dpi, 300 dpi
#1, #2 F1 sheets are composites of two half-sheet scans, because of scanner limitations..
2nd Issue
3
72 dpi, 300 dpi
(full sheet, 5X5)
96 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
(full sheet, 5X5)
The gen. #3 sheet has multicolored stamps on the right edge.
4
96 dpi, 300 dpi
(full sheet, 5X5)
72 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
(full sheet, 5X5)
This gen. #4 sheet has the broken R in the middle of the bottom row, and the Type 3 block of four in the lower right corner.
5
96 dpi, 300 dpi
(full sheet, 5X5)
72 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
(full sheet, 5X5)
6
96 dpi, 300 dpi
(full sheet, 5X5, with "1 2 3 3 3" variant in bottom row)
The full sheet of genuine stamps has the "type 1 2 3 3 3" variant in the bottom row.  The F1 and F3 are full 5X5 sheets; the F5 is missing 3 stamps from the full sheet.
3rd Issue
7
72 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
8
72 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi

The F3 is a full 5X6 sheet. (Genuine sheets are 8X6)

9
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
10
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
4th Issue
11
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
12
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
13
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
14
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
5th Issue
15
120 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
16
110 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
See 96 dpi, 300 dpi scans of a 3X7 block with F5's in the top row and F1's in the bottom two rows. (X-Frank Karwoski)
17
100 dpi, 300 dpi
72 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
18
72 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
96 dpi, 300 dpi
See Gen. 18 note below.


Many of these images are from the collection of Stanley Kronenberg, and can be seen on the Polonus website. Such images have streaks of lighter colors, which are the plastic strips holding the stamps in place.

Other notes:
  1. Notice how the Gen. #18 sheet has the stamps sloping down to the right instead of being square on the sheet; you may also be able to discern the violet line on the right edge.


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