"The Best Perforation Gauge in the World Just Got Better!" The gauge used by the Scott editorial staff to perf stamps for the Scott Catalogue has been improved. Not only is the new Scott / Linns Multi-Gauge graduated in tenths, each division is marked by thin lines to assist collectors in gauging stamps to the tenth. Scott editors used the new gauge to perf the varieties of the Hattie Carroway stamp described in the December issue of the Scott Stamp Monthly. The Scott / Linns Multi-Gauge is a perforation gauge, cancellation gauge, zero-center ruler and millimeter ruler in one user-friendly instrument. It is also great for measuring multiples and stamps on cover!
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Precision perforation gauge for accurate readings! The perforation of the stamp is placed against the raised teeth of the gauge - itís fast, easy, and precise! Especially practical: The lid of the box can be used to detect watermarks by using chemically safe watermark fluid. Size: 115 x 55 mm (4 1/2" x 2 1/8").
The New and Improved U.S. Specialized Multi-Gauge is the essential tool for any collector interested in U.S. stamps from the Classics through the Liberty Issue of 1954. The gauge now contains 12 precision measuring devices beginning with a Specialty Perf Gauge based on the Kiusalas Specialist Gauge. For collectors of the Grilled Issues, there are two useful gauges: the Grill Pattern Gauge, used to determine the grill type of a stamp, and the Grill Size Gauge, which is used to determine the size of the grill. The Parallel Line Millimeter Gauge is used to measure the width or height of coil stamps, as well as the parallel accuracy of coil cuts and edges. For collectors of Flat Press/Rotary Press issues, the Design Size Millimeter Gauge will quickly measure the size of the frame design of these stamps, while the Rotary/Flat Press Gauge is the quickest way to determine what press was used to print a stamp. Coverage of the Vending and Affixing Machine Perforation Identifier has been expanded to include The Attleboro Stamp Co., The Brinkerhoff Co. (Types I, IIa, IIb), The Farwell Co., International Vending Machine Co. (Types I-IV), The Schermack Co. (Types I-III) and US Aut