Unitrade Perforation Gauge – #LS130

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Every Collector Needs a Perforation Gauge This useful aluminum perforation gauge is an instrument you’ll take pleasure in owning and using.  Measures stamps from Perf. 7 to Perf. 16, including the intermediate half-perforation.

There are two convenient scales – one in the center for gauging loose stamps, the other around the edges for gauging stamps already mounted in your album.  There are also inch and millimeter scales.
 
Need some help using your new perforation gauge?  Click here for a handy guide.
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Every Collector Needs a Perforation Gauge

This useful aluminum perforation gauge is an instrument you’ll take pleasure in owning and using.  Measures stamps from Perf. 7 to Perf. 16, including the intermediate half-perforation.

There are two convenient scales – one in the center for gauging loose stamps, the other around the edges for gauging stamps already mounted in your album.  There are also inch and millimeter scales.
 
Need some help using your new perforation gauge?  Click here for a handy guide.