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Bruce MacDonald Stamps

Booklet Panes

Booklet panes began as a "pane" of stamps stapled in a booklet cover. The earliest booklet panes were multiples of 6 with with straight edges all around except at the top. The top was a tab that was stapled to the booklet cover. More recent booklet panes used much larger panes, up to 20 stamps, all with straight edges on 3 sides. Starting around 1990, panes were produced without covers, generally printed in sef-adhesive multiples of 16-20 stamps, but still wiht straight edges on the outer-most stamps. The prize booklet is 499f, the 2c pane of 48, which sells for $32000 never hinged.

Booklet Panes

Booklet panes began as a "pane" of stamps stapled in a booklet cover. The earliest booklet panes were multiples of 6 with with straight edges all around except at the top. The top was a tab that was stapled to the booklet cover. More recent booklet panes used much larger panes, up to 20 stamps, all with straight edges on 3 sides. Starting around 1990, panes were produced without covers, generally printed in sef-adhesive multiples of 16-20 stamps, but still wiht straight edges on the outer-most stamps. The prize booklet is 499f, the 2c pane of 48, which sells for $32000 never hinged.