Due to the sheer volume of requests I have received on the matter (Timm on stampcommunity.org, I’m looking at you!), I have done the following with the universal blank page:
- Made A4 versions
- Made a 3 line version
- Included the Scribus files, so you can hack it yourself.
The standard 2 line header looks like this:
The 3 line one looks like this:
Everything is in one zip file here: Tryzub Blank Pages
So, I was going to design blank pages for every single year, and the realized it’s 2012 and PDF now supports form elements. Why should I make blank pages for each year and type, when you can do it yourself!
So, I present to you the Universal Blank Page(tm)!
When you load the PDF, you will see two blank fields at the top:
Now you just need to print it out and it will look like this:
And there you have it!
You can download the Universal Blank Page(tm) here: Tryzub Blank Page
P.S: A4 version coming soon!
EDIT: Fixed the link to download the 2001 US Letter PDF.
I took all the pages from 1992 through 2005 and added a blank commemorative and definitive page to each supplement and created A4 versions of all the supplements. Here are all the files:
It’s just not my day today. Seems the spacing was off by 1mm between the stamps. User Timm from stampcommunity.org picked up on the discrepancy.
So here are the new files:
US Letter PDF: Kiev-Overprints
A4 PDF: Kiev-Overprints – A4
Scribus file you can hack yourself: Kiev Overprints
I am deleting the old post to avoid confusion.
Hot off the presses. Some highlights:
- As usual, Europa Booklet stamp has it’s own page for easy exclusion
- Ukraine issued an insane amount of stamps for the Euro 2012 Football championship. These stamps were all kept together on 3 pages with the Euro 2012 logo and description of the event.
- 8th Definitive Series has room for Type I, Type II and Type III stamps.
- One blank commemorative and one blank definitive page is included at the end of the supplement.
And now the files!
US Letter PDF: Ukraine-2012-US-Letter
A4 PDF: Ukraine-2012-A4
Scribus Files you can edit yourself: Ukraine_2012
And a screenshot:
I’m about half done. With any luck, it will be out by the end of the month.
So, I busy working away on the 2012 supplement, and I am stuck on a description for one se-tenant pair.
It’s a stamp of a kid’s story called “Zaliznonosa Bosorkanya.” Zaliznonosa translates to “steel nose” and I assume that Bosorkanya is the name of the woman.
I have never heard of this story, so I am hoping someone can tell me something about it, so I can write my description.