So I got this Scott #2955 cut out on paper a few weeks ago mixed in with about 1,000 other different stamps ripped or cut from envelopes. I guess the woman I bought the box full from had been doing it over the past 40+ years. Nothing too great in there until I came across the #2955. I know these exist with some inverted and missing "Richard Nixon" in red ink, this one however, the ink is actually bright blue. I cannot find a record of a single known copy of his name being in blue ink. How is this possible? I think it really might be something special. Any ideas?