Language Strip Varieties

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Re: Language Strip Varieties

by C0331 » Jul 11th, '21, 22:28

Grant: I have added the roman "Armenian" badge to the catalogue as "A" and made old A as B, old B as C.
Steve

Re: Language Strip Varieties

by C0331 » Jun 9th, '21, 12:10

Grant: I have heard from other collectors and the Greek badge you posted has been added to the Language strips catalogue as L025aa. Tomorrow, it will become the "a".

Steve

Re: Language Strip Varieties

by C0331 » Jun 8th, '21, 09:39

The Greek version looks like a thread-break on the last letter of the top row.

Not seen the Armenian except in cyrilic writing. Likely needs to be added as "A" variety, making current "A" into "B" and B into C.

Steve

Language Strip Varieties

by Grant Welsh » Jun 2nd, '21, 11:35

I have a Greek and an Armenian language strip that do not match the ones shown in the catalog.
The Armenian one uses the latin alphabet as opposed to the Armenian.
The Greek one ends in a different letter on the first line.
Can anyone shed some light or maybe have these same badges in their collections?
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