Monday, 26 May 2014

Stamps with Thermographic printing

Category - Touch
Subcategory - Stamps with Thermographic printing

Thermographic Printing is a specialist process which creates an enamel-like ‘relief’ effect on the stamp. Special heat reactive, or thermographic, powders is applied to wet printing ink creating a distinctive raised effect on the finished stamp.  

Finland 2007 Easter Rabbit Ceramic Like Stamp 

Issue Date 7 March 2007

Thermography was used in Finland for the first time when the Easter stamp for 2007 was printed. This technique gives the stamp a ceramic-like roughness. Stamp has been printed by Cartor Company.

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