The design includes the words "WOMAN SUFFRAGE", "50TH ANNIVERSARY", "1920-1970", "VOTES FOR WOMEN", and "RIGHT TO VOTE". The left image in the stamp appears to represent part of a demonstration in or before 1920; among the women is one man, in the car driver's position. The right image appears to represent a modern (ca. 1970) woman casting a vote at a lever-operated voting machine. The whole image was made from an actual mint stamp that I owned when I scanned it. An oblique line at the top left, across the "W", the line made from overlaying a thread, is for legal compliance for more flexibility with reproductions of a postage stamp. Scanning relied on Photoshop in Professional scanning mode on a Windows platform Apr. 27–28, 2011; settings included RGB rather than CMYK etc., 32 bits, 1200 pixel/inch, and 1200 dpi 24-bit; these data may seem self-contradictory but I think some was from Photoshop itself and the rest from the scanner driver. Subsequent file preparation was with Gimp 2.6.2 software on a Linux platform before uploading and did not include any modifications or repairs to the whole image; any image defects were left intact. Horizontality adjustment was not necessary and was not attempted due to a risk of lowering the resolution.
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