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Marginal rules were printed in many variants of the drawing. According to Ing. Müller (13), it is possible to distinguish up to 9 basic species, which were used in various periods of printing.
|A||One approx. 5 mm thick strip.|
|B||Strong stripe with one thin line.|
|C||Strong stripe with four thin lines.|
|D||Thick stripe with one thin stripe and with three thin lines.|
|E||Four lines, graduated from thin to thick.||****|
|F||A thin stripe between two thinner lines.|
|G||Two thin lines between two thicker lines.||****|
|H||Nine thin lines (sometimes only eight lines visible).|
|I||Two thin stripes.||****|
Overview of the use of rule types in individual types of stamps I - III
Type of stamp
Type of rule according to Müller
|Type I rough printing||A (in different thicknesses and distances), B (in two positions), D, E|
|Type I fine print||A|
|Type II||A, C, F, G, H, I|
|Type III||H (first edition), A (in different thicknesses, all later editions)|
Individual types of marginal frames according to Ing. Müller (13).
The gallery below shows the different types of marginal frames for all types (I to III).