I think that, technically speaking, a se-tenant pair would be stamps of different design adjacent to each other (unless perforations/die cuts have been incorporated into the definition of a stamp design).
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Post by Andy Pastuszak on Nov 28, 2013 4:11:13 GMT
I had always defined se-tenants as 2 or more connected stamps that have unique major Scott catalog numbers. Since Scott issues unique major catalog numbers for perf varieties and micro-prints (for US at least, for foreign countries it gets a minor number or just a footnote), I consider this a valid se-tenant. But that's just me, I'm no expert.
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