1902 Provisonal Issue Forgeries
While classifying a group of 1902 Provisional Issue forgeries using Perer C. Jeannopoulos' study "Haiti's 1902 Provisionnal Issue", a came across a bunch of stamps bearing perfectly all of the features of a III-2b-D classification. But to my surprise, out of the lot, a bunch of thity or so stamps had the crossbar of the "A" of MAI obviously tilting below center to the left hand side. There is a mention of this particular feature in Leon Montes' book "La Timbrologie Haïtienne 1881-1954". According to the description published in his book, these stamps carry all of the features of what he calls Group III. I am working with Jeannopoulo's methodology and would not want to change as I find that it is a spendid reference manual and feel very comfortable working with it. My question here is can someone help me in finding an answer to this enigma.
If you post an image, It would be easier to try to answer your question.