Booklet FD2B Machin 7p Plain Miscut Pane UFB6A
The booklet is coloured grey-green and red-brown.
Country Craft Series, designed by Eric Stemp. FD2 No 1 Horse-shoeing, issued in February 1978.
Royal Mail Philatelic Bureau Stock Number – no number allocated, although they are listed in the Stock List of November 1978.
Stamp issued 13th June 1977. Printed by Harrison & Sons Limited.
The booklet also contains MISCUT pane number UFB5A with selvedge at the left.
Pane perforation is type E.
Booklet FD2B. Concise (2017) catalogue number of pane: pane not listed.
Specialised catalogue Vol 4 Part 1 number UFB5A/FD2A (Selvedge at left) containing 10 x U154.
Booklet without cylinder numbers (contains 10 x 7p, U154/X875).
Unmounted mint in excellent condition.
Booklet FD2B Machin 7p Plain Miscut Pane UFB6A.
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