Printed from the original plates after the stamps had ceased to be current.
Stamps printed from the original plates as a result of a particular issue selling out.
Stamp printed after initial issue date Retouch A minor correction made to a printing plate or cylinder Roulette A form of perforation using a line of 'cuts' instead of holes
Stamps printed anew after being withdrawn. The printing of additional supplies of current stamps is best described as 'new printings'.
Stamps that have been printed following the withdrawal of the issued stamps.
Impressions from the original plates after the issue of stamps to the post offices had stopped.
Produced after the original edition was issued and from the original plates or blocks.
stamps printed from the plates after official issues have ceased, for official files, as philatelic curiosities, as official souvenirs, or for sale to meet collector demand. There is a confusion modern tendency to apply the name to fresh printings of current stamps from existing plates to renew stocks.