MLO Combined Chops (used for overprint)

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MLO Combined Chops (used for overprint)

Post by Roman » Thu Oct 05, 2017 5:11 pm

I like to collect in this thread an overview of all combined chops which were used for MLOs.

Let us start with Kerr 102.1-15. I add a scan which assemble Chop 1 to 4 (was combined in one big chop to overprint 4 stamps at once).

Unfortunately I missed for one type the 2f stamp. If some has this type by accident in his collection, please send me or post here a good high quality 600 dpi scan.
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Re: MLO Combined Chops (used for overprint)

Post by doc032848 » Fri Oct 06, 2017 4:03 am

Roman,

Some years ago I put together a collection of these. I have some extras.

I also included the surcharges issued after these.

There are some really great errors on these too.

George

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Re: MLO Combined Chops (used for overprint)

Post by Roman » Fri Oct 06, 2017 10:54 am

Thanks George, that's great!

Do you made maybe already a list for which MLO issues combined chops for the overprint were used?

This might be a very value information for all MLO collectors. :)

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Re: MLO Combined Chops (used for overprint)

Post by admin » Sat Oct 07, 2017 4:18 am

This is the value of sharing this information. I had not realised this was a combined chop, 4 in 1. I don't think I will attampt to assemble a set of all four types,I doubt I will live that long.

I have just a single set and the version I have for the 2f is your third example, so no help from me.

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Re: MLO Combined Chops (used for overprint)

Post by Roman » Sat Oct 07, 2017 6:41 pm

I made a better scan:
Heilongjiang-Province-(黑龙江省)-Local-Issue,-Keshan-(克山)---15.jpg
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We can collect all combined chops here here, so we can have at the end a complete list! :)

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Re: MLO Combined Chops (used for overprint)

Post by admin » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:02 am

I have been thinking about the combination chop printing four different overprints at a time. How were they organised 2x2, or a row of 4? Either way they would be applied to sheets of 100 stamps 10x10. This seems a impractical. A row of 5 overprints would work, are you sure you are not missing one?

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Re: MLO Combined Chops (used for overprint)

Post by Roman » Mon Oct 09, 2017 3:46 pm

A chop of 2x2 is the best way to overprint a sheet 10x10. I came along with 1x2 (or 2x1) as well, but other combinations I didn't found yet (but that does not mean that they could not possible exist of course) :)

This is a good example to show the arrangements of a chop of 4:
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