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(Message started by: rg on Feb 21st, 2005, 12:41am)

Title: Middle Age Stickers Backside
Post by rg on Feb 21st, 2005, 12:41am

Just a question about the backside of the Middle Age Stickers because the website states "different backsides vary".

I just got some where you can read the manufacturer of the paper on the backside (Kanzaki Primeline, permanent). Does anyone know if they are real or fakes?  

Title: Re: Middle Age Stickers Backside
Post by hammr7 on Feb 21st, 2005, 3:43am

To my knowledge, all of the stickers used that paper (I've seen quite a few, and have never seen one that didn't).  Where they differ is the amount of lettering, and where it is located on the back of the sticker.  This is the result of printing the stickers on sheets of a commercially available material at the time (like large, heavy duty Avery label sheets).  The large sheets had the manufacturer's product name on it,  and what you have is the result.

Title: Re: Middle Age Stickers Backside
Post by rg on Feb 21st, 2005, 8:52am

Thanks, that is what i thought/hoped ;)

The intervals of the lettering is constant and smaller than the sticker size so it should  be not possible to get a sticker with a complete blank backside.
But the image on the website shows a complete blank backside?
Or did they do more than one print run?



Title: Re: Middle Age Stickers Backside
Post by sylvanstu on Feb 21st, 2005, 1:03pm

I opened 3 packs and they were written on as stated above

Title: Re: Middle Age Stickers Backside
Post by bigfatkitty on Feb 21st, 2005, 1:42pm

All of mine have this same back as well.



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