Latvia Scott 64

One of these stamps is genuine stamps and the other one is a forgery. Can you tell the difference?
If you are having trouble, see the "hints" and answer below.

View The Hint

Genuine: Armpit above shield forms a branch with a much shorter left line on the “Y” and the lower crease on the left leg is made up of two converging lines that don’t meet. Forgery: The armpit crease forms more equal lengths creating a “Y” and the left pants leg crease is an inverted “V.”

Check Your Answer

A is the genuine stamp

You Might Also Like:

Scott Catalogue numbers reprinted with permission from Amos Media Company. All Rights Reserved.

Member News

APS Member Newsletter

APS Stamp Sense is the Society's monthly newsletter for members. Each issue is packed with exclusive offers, hobby insights, discounts, new releases, contests and philatelic news just for APS members.

To get on the list, join APS today and start enjoying a new world of collecting resources. Join today here! You can also learn more about the exclusive member benefits here.

Engage with us