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Sweden: Line Pairs: Scott 115-163  
This section is not complete; many other mint and used line pairs are in stock and available on approval. Please inquire.

From 1920-1936, Sweden used a Stickney printing press; the same type of press used in the United States in the 1920s. The rotary Stickney press utilized two half-cylinders; lines result between the stamps at the two joins between these halves. These lines are found on both the coil and sheet (or booklet) stamps in the range Scott #115-263, #B32-36, and #C6-7. On the 1924 UPU stamps (#197-228) lines are seen on single stamps, but they are not found as pairs due to the sheet layout. Though they are not widely collected in Sweden itself, line pairs are avidly sought by collectors and they are quite difficult to find in nice condition.
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