Serbia 120

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

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Forgeries: There is a conspicuous nick in the right frameline 6 millimeters below the top right corner of the design. The horizontal line under "APA" in the top right tablet is short, generally about 1.2 mm to 1.4 mm, although this varies slightly in the different denominations. Copies are perforated 11.5. Genuine: There is no nick at the point indicated in the right frameline. The horizontal line under "APA" is longer, generally about 1.5 mm. Stamps are perf 12 by 11.5.

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B is the Genuine Stamp

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