#10 forgery type 1
#10 F3 forgery
#10 T3 Genuine
#10 forgery type 2
#10 forgery type 4
#10 Forgery 1




#10 Forgery 4 (Newly discovered, March 2013)
#10 Forgery 2  
  • "PPM" letters in hammers and top of sheaf. (vs. "RPM" in genuine stamps.)
  • #10 Forgery 3 (also known as Issue 6.)
  • Additional dot at top of left arc.
  • Pointed top on final A in Rada, vs. flat top on genuine stamps and other forgeries
  • R of Rada has a wider top than genuine stamps or other forgeries. (Inside of F3 R in Rada is about 1.15 mm wide, vs. about 1 mm in genuine stamps.)
  • Sheaf edges about 1.1-1.2 mm above frame line, vs. 0.6-0.85 mm on genuine stamps. (The right sheaf edge starts higher than the left.) Bottom of sheaf is narrower than in genuine stamps: 4.75 mm from corner to corner vs. 5.5 mm in genuine stamps and 5.4-5.8 mm in other forgeries.
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