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This is an album page from a Malaysia collection, I'm checking

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Ahoj there!

Sometimes it is better to see a scan of a variety rather than try to visualize it from a catalogue description.

In the 1962 Swaziland definitive series here is the V7 variety on SG 99 - white spot below W:

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and in the same set SG 95E and 95Ea. The latter came from a later printing which shows the padding inside the crown top right much more deeply etched. There is supposed to be a shade difference too, but they look the same to me.

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I should imagine this flaw will be in some catalogue, error on top right stamp.

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Ahoj there!

This is to illustrate the spur on the L variety on St. Lucia 1c 1962 SG 197E V1.

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Ahoj there!

Here is another constant variety.

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It shows the broken leaves middle left on the 2c ICY stamp of St Kitts Nevis SG 149 V7. This variety also occurred on the 25c stamp of the same set and on various other ICY stamps from other colonies.

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If I had the full pane 6, I'd be asking $500! Added this to stock today for $A40 - https://www.stampboards.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=26918

Must have been the freak pane of all time, as the LH margin is quite extraordinary, given the RH perfs are in about the normal place.

Even weirder is the far wider than usual BASE margin .. especially given the top margin is wider than it should be, so in general with that, lower margin is trimmed close to stamp design.

So this is not a case of the perf comb being off square. The RH stamps of pane I am guessing will have been guillotined way into their RH margins vertically.

All stamp booklets were guillotined down to a standard size, so this one must have been a DOOZY!

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Ahoj again!

Another flaw. GVI this time from Southern Rhodesia. 1943 Occupation of Matabeleland SG61b - Line under saddlebag.

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Is this a printing error or is the 20 ore stamp damaged.

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Is this a printing error or is the 20 ore stamp damaged.
It looks like a damage to me.
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Hello, :)

Here are two KEVII stamps that show the QV "White 4" in 2 corners variety, as listed and illustrated in SG Queen Victoria Specialized.

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Upper and Lower Left 4's:
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Stamp #2:
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Upper and Lower Left 4's:
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A friend brought to my attention a brief blurb about this in the April 2008 Catalogue Column- Gibbons Stamp Monthly. All it says is that this flaw is listed for the QV Jubilee but not for the KEVII. Does anyone know the reasoning behind this, or are flaws from some QV Jubilee stamps generally accepted on the KEVII version?

I look forward to any and all feedback, Thanks! :)

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Here are two KEVII stamps that show the QV "White 4" in 2 corners variety, as listed and illustrated in SG Queen Victoria Specialized.
Wow, skilo, you must have a very weird catalogue! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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asmodeus wrote: Wow, skilo, you must have a very weird catalogue! :lol: :lol: :lol:
What do you mean asmodeus? :oops: :lol: :P

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asmodeus wrote: Wow, skilo, you must have a very weird catalogue! :lol: :lol: :lol:
What do you mean asmodeus? :oops: :lol: :P

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The 5/- Bridge was printed from a master plate of 80 cliches, arranged in 4 individual sheets of 20 for issue to the post office. 2 units, on different post office ready sheets, required retouches.

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Falkland Islands SG 140 (1), re-entry to value tablet and frame.

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Canada 1 cent small Queen "Strand of Hair". Unitrade 35viii.


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From Provincial Flowers and Coat of Arms series. Deformed Leaf Unitrade 429Ai.

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From Provincial Flowers and Coat of Arms series. Broken Stamen on left hand stamp. Unitrade 427i.

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I think this is a "Crease on colar" KGVI Mufti Issue. Unitrade 233i. But position is off compared to reference material. If anyone could confirm.

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Here are 3 of my favourite, well actually the only 3 i have found so far and they look great in a way. I am not sure if it is normal for the Paraguay stamp.
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Hello everyone, I am looking for information about the stamp below and stamps I posted at an earlier date from Australia and Paraguay. Are they typical faults or flaws and any extra value because of this?

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A line through the middle of the stamp, maybe common because of the age I do not know and hopefully someone can help :)

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Part of the New Zealand victory set. The top stamp SG671 has the incomplete tail rudder on the flying boat, but is regarded as the normal one.

The bottom stamp is SG 671a with the completed tail rudder, and regarded as the abnormal one.

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Is that an error on the U and E in Belgique. Thanks.
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Bahamas.
First is King Geo.VI SG149a. The elongated 'E'.

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Second is King Geo.V SG66. However it also has a similiar, but no exact 'E' and I'm not sure if it is SG66a?

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Third is QV SG53. Again a problem 'E', but this time it is a spot at the end and not listed. Of course it may not warrant listing?

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Just to finish of two from Barbados SG 264b with the broken 'E', and SG264c


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From the NEWFOUNDLAND, 1937 "Long" coronation set 11 - the 1c Cod "Fish Hook Flaw" I listed up here today. SG 257B. Never seen this one before!

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K.U.T. SG111a. The rope attached to the sail. This seems a strange one to be the 'a' of the issue. The normal stamp has a gap at the top between rope and sail, and I have never been able to find one!

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The Orange Free State, SG77.
The normal setting for the stamp is to have the bar across the bottom and through Drie pence. Here are two, one with the bar at the top, and the other with no bar.

According to SG. The reason for a bar at the top is. The surcharge is misplaced. As the surcharge on both stamps appear to be same, the bar must have been omitted completely?

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The Transvaal SG 232a. No stop after the 'V'.
This was the last issue of the little fat woman that always dressed in black. A little of her history. When the Irish were dying in their thousands she gave 5 English pounds to the famine relief. A day later she gave 5 English pounds to the Battersea dogs home, just in case her parliment objected to the first 5!!

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Just a little bit of history.

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Huanga,

Your previous post is NOT "just a little bit of history" - it is opinion (and jaundiced opinion at that!) which may or may not have a basis in fact.

This is NOT the forum for political debate - there's plenty of room for that in the Water Cooler, so please leave it there, and stick to the discussion of some (very interesting) stamps here.

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gavin-h. As moderator you are quite correct. I should confine any comments on the morals of English royalty to the water cooler.

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Here are some indisputable plate (or more properly stone) errors, used on cover what's more

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One of the large brown 1 Anna stamps has the error 'NWAB' for 'NAWAB' (SG 19a - 1881 1 Anna brown) in pair with normal, and the small green ½ Anna has the error 'NAWA' for 'NAWAB' (SG 54a - 1886 ½ Anna green).

The early lithographed stamps of Bhopal are a happy hunting ground for English spelling errors (the printers never made a mistake with the Persian inscriptions :D ), and many of them are quite cheap, but spelling errors are quite hard to find on commercial, or any other sort of, cover.
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Here is a nice variety on an early Newfoundland showing the printers along the bottom, I just took it out of an old album.....proof that off centre is not always a bad thing!

Shame about the toning, although it appears a lot worse on the scan than in the flesh

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Here is a Hermes 'large head' with error in overprint. Broken 3 of 30lepta.

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Anyone seen one like this? I can't find it in any catalog.
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Pitcairn Islands SG10a The flagstaff flaw. Used. Apart from GB Lizzie 2 up to the 10 pound stamp, I don't collect anything new. So my SG catalogue is the 1994 edition B.C. It has this stamps price for used as unknown.
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GB again. SG341a No cross on the crown, and SG435f reading 1829 instead of 1929.


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The 10/-Bob. King George 6th SG478d. The listed flaw is a squarish dot in the middle of the L/H scroll, just above the figure 1 in the value.

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Morocco Agencies SG4b listed as. 'Long tail to the S',and SG20c listed as. 'Hyphen 'tween N-C of Agencies.
[The damage to SG20c was done by me. C'est la vie!]

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This is Eritrea under British Adminstration listed as SG E25. It has what appears to be? Blind perfins. However I have no real idea what purpose they are or were meant to serve. In fact they may not even be blind perfins.

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Actually on closer inspection they look like 'screw heads.' Perhaps a posted box. Of what, and why that shape?

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Same blind perfins? on SG E24.

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What ever they are they have certainly knocked any value off the stamps, but interesting none the less.

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BMA Malaya, SG14. L/H stamp from the top running down the north-east. A doubling within a very thick lined oval. R/H stamp has a thin right leg to the M, and a thin right fork to the Y.

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Negri Semblin, Malaya. SG18. I see what I think are three different sizes for the surcharge here. Of course it could be my failing eyesight. However I would value a second opinion. Nothing that I have come across mentions anything other than one surcharge, and I can't really imagine a forger going to the trouble for so little return that this would bring.

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The stamp on the right has the 'apostophe' flaw. After the 'e' of king George.

The stamp on the left seems to have ghosting around the horses head and extra mist around the king. Does anyone know what this is? Or am I just imagining this?

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Here is an interesting error from Italian Somalia showing an inverted overprint.

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Another one from the Dodecanese Islands
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One of my most favourite errors - the valueless stamp!
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Ahoj everyone!

This is the famous colon flaw on the 1937 GB Coronation issue SG 461a. The flaw is the two white dots between the day and the month.

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A modern miss-alignment.

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Feebletodix wrote:A modern miss-alignment.

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Just discovered this thread and enjoyed reading through it. Here's one of my favorite color misalignments from my Brazil collection.

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I confess that I cannot see what colour is misaligned. :shock:

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