Booklet FC1B/UFB2A Miscut Perf E Plain Pane 65p


Booklet FC1B/UFB2A Miscut Perf E Plain Pane 65p.

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Booklet FC1B/UFB2A Miscut Perf E Plain Pane 65p.

The booklet is coloured turquoise-blue and pale buff.

Counter Sales, designed by Post Office artists.  FC1  issued in July 1976.

Royal Mail Philatelic Bureau Stock Number – not known.

The stamp was issued on 24th September 1975.  Printed by Harrison & Sons Limited.

The booklet also contains MISCUT pane number UFB2A with selvedge at the right.

The perforation of the pane is type E.

Booklet FC1B. Concise (2019) catalogue number of pane: pane not listed.

Specialised catalogue Vol 4 Part 1 number UFB2A/FC1B (Selvedge at right) containing 10 x U149.

Booklet without cylinder numbers (contains 10 x 6½p, U149/X872).

Unmounted mint and also in excellent condition.

Booklet FC1B/UFB2A Miscut Perf E Plain Pane 65p.


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