Mexico-Elmhurst Philatelic Society, International

STUDY OF THE 2 REALES COLORS OF THE 1856 ISSUE

A presentation and discussion of the shades of green used in the production of the 2 reales Mexican stamp of 1856. Study started: July 9, 2001

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Tixtla2Emerald.jpg
BCalifornia.jpg
MexTblTop.jpg
Oaj.jpg
Emerald
Emerald
Emerald
Emerald
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6
7
OajTblTop.jpg
/Pueb.jpg
MorDblLps.jpg
Emerald
Emerald
Emerald
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9
 
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MexicoSerif2r1856.jpg
GuadTeq.jpg
 
TabScratchBot.jpg
Emerald
Emerald
 
Emerald
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13
14
GuadTblBot.jpg
Cordova2r1856.jpg
Guad.jpg
ChiScratchTop.jpg
Sapphire
Sapphire
Sapphire
Sapphire
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16
17
Tampico2r1856.jpg
Zac.jpg
Chihuahua2r1856.jpg
Olive
Olive
Olive
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18a
19
Huejutla2r1856.jpg
DkOliv.jpg
SLP-Moss.jpg
Olive
Dark Olive
"MOSS"(??)  green (PII)
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23
Maravatio2r1856.jpg
Marav.jpg
Toluca2r1856.jpg
Monterrey2r1856.jpg
Green (P II)
Green (P II)
Green (P III)
Green (P III)
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Guadalajara1r1856.jpg
TixtlaGuerrero2r1856.jpg
BlueGrn.jpg
AplGrnHRs.jpg
Green (P III)
Blue-Green (P III)
Deep Blue-Green (P III)
Yellow/Green
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