Below is a complete plating of the 3¢ U.S. Imperforate Stamp of 1851-1857. This plating was completed by Mr. Robin Lund over a period of thirty years. It is a remarkable achievement. Mr. Lund has since moved on to work on even more complex stamp projects, so I acquired his plating to give it a good home and to use it as the basis of this study. Due to the time it takes to download high resolution images, the complete plating is presented in stages. The first stage is this summary, which comprises fifty-two low resolution 1/4 panes, scanned directly from Mr. Lund's album pages, exactly as they came to me. The second stage, which you reach by clicking on any of the headings or images below, presents a single plate with the 200 individual stamps images that make up the plate (as well as black and white images for the same positions from Dr. Chase's photographs). Within that Plate page, you may click on any of the 200 individual stamps plated by Mr. Lund (or the 200 stamps from Dr. Chase) and go directly to a single page dedicated solely to that unique stamp position. This individual stamp page includes downloadable high-resolution stamp images, plating characteristics and plating notes. While the Plating Wizard may be a better tool for plating your stamps, this presentation shows the big picture and links you quickly to the most detailed presentation of the individual stamps.