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English: Small sheet of Irish 'e' en:watermark paper showing the watermark used for Irish stamps between about en:1940 and en:1974
The change from the 'se' watermark to the 'e' watermark paper came about due to the change in the official change in the country's name from Saorstat Éireann (Irish Free State) to en:Éire (Ireland).Scan made by me from publicly available paper and put into the public domain especially for Irish stamp collectors
|Date||2005-12-26 (original upload date)|
|Source||Transfered from en.wikipedia Transfer was stated to be made by User:ww2censor.|
|Author||Original uploader was Ww2censor at en.wikipedia|
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Image released into the public domain (by the author) but the stamp paper was produced by the Irish Post Office, so is governed by the Irish government 50-year copyright rule.
|This Irish Government or Oireachtas work is in the public domain. According to Chapter 19, §191-193 of the Copyright and Related Rights Act, 2000, copyright has expired in Ireland because it is either:
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- 2005-12-26 17:59 Ww2censor 318×205×8 (29281 bytes) Small sheet of Irish ''''e'''' watermark paper showing the watermark used for Irish stamps between about 1940 and 1975 The change from the ''''se'''' watermark to the ''''e'''' watermark paper came about due to the change in the official change in the co
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