Scientists have discovered an easier new way of detecting bogus rare stamps (Image: Shutterstock)
A rare 1961 Gronchi Rosa stamp, and a copy which was detected using the new technique
Here’s good news for all you philatelists out there – scientists have discovered an easier new way of detecting counterfeit rare stamps. Unlike some existing methods, it doesn’t require the destruction of any part of the stamp, and can be done quickly by anyone who has access to the necessary equipment.
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