The Microsoft Excel spreadsheet of basic PNC Catalog Numbers (at  http://www.USAstamps.com/references/PNC_Catalog/Numbering_System/Basic_PNC_Catalog_Numbers.xls) was updated on Dec. 30, 2003, with the following changes:

These new PNC Catalog Numbers in the "Flags" set represent the recently found cylinder combinations (1111A) on the 37 USA Flag coil of 100 self-adhesive stamps produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) and the cylinder combination (S3333) on the 37 USA Flag coil of 100 self-adhesive stamps produced by Sennett Security Products (SSP).

The new PNC Catalog Numbers in the "Regular" set are for combinations V1111 and V2111 for the 37 Snowy Egret coil of 100 self-adhesive stamps produced by Avery Dennison.  Rolls of stamps from R37SE-V1111 and  R37SE-V2111 exist with 10PV/10VP and 10VP/10PV.  The extended PNC Catalog Numbers for these varieties are as follows:

The new PNC Catalog Numbers in the "Service-inscribed" set are for combination S3333333 of the 25 American Eagle coil of 10,000 self-adhesive stamps with spaces produced by Sennett Security Products (SSP) and combination V11111 of the new Avery Dennison version of the 10 Atlas self-adhesive coil stamp with spaces from rolls of 10,000 stamps.

A full description of The Plate Number Coil Catalog Numbering System can be viewed at http://www.USAstamps.com/references/PNC_Catalog/Numbering_System/Basic.htm.

Rich Nazar
Richard.Nazar@comcast.net

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The Microsoft Excel spreadsheet of basic PNC Catalog Numbers (at  http://www.USAstamps.com/references/PNC_Catalog/Numbering_System/Basic_PNC_Catalog_Numbers.xls) was updated on Oct. 22, 2003, with the following changes:

These new PNC Catalog Numbers in the "Flags" set represent the recently found cylinder combinations (8888 and 9999) on the 37 USA Flag coil of 100 stamps produced by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) and the cylinder combination (S1111) on the 37 USA Flag coil of 100 stamps produced by Sennett Security Products (SSP).

The new PNC Catalog Numbers in the "Regular" set is for combinations V36 and V46 for the 23 George Washington coil of 100 stamps produced by Avery Dennison.  Rolls of stamps from R23GW-V36 and  R23GW-V46 exist with 10PV/10VP and 10VP/10PV.  The extended PNC Catalog Numbers for these varieties are as follows:

A full description of The Plate Number Coil Catalog Numbering System can be viewed at http://www.USAstamps.com/references/PNC_Catalog/Numbering_System/Basic.htm.

 

Rich Nazar
Richard.Nazar@comcast.net