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The stamps were printed on the wove paper then in use and perforated 12 in the usual manner.
About 1777 the French became acquainted with wove paper, which Franklin brought to Paris for exhibition.
It was periodically improved, and wove paper appeared in increasing quantities.
Yet the catalogue value of the latter is $2.50 against 36 cents for the wove paper imperforate alone.
If such be the case, it is only a step further to the entire disappearance of these "laid lines," and lo, the wove paper!
Wove paper was so slow to come into use that Jenkins gives the date 1788 for its first appearance in book printing.
While he missed a few examples, notably by Baskerville, it is certain that few books with wove paper were published before 1790.
This denomination was printed on wove paper and perforated 12 like the others.
We have not even raised the question of laid or wove paper, nor of the intermixture of different series or sizes of types.
THE BOOKLOVER AND HIS BOOKSHARRY LYMAN KOOPMAN
Nevertheless there appear to be several used copies of the wove paper 12d.

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