Booklet Christmas FX2 1979 Plain with Eye Flaw

£5.50

Booklet Christmas FX2 1979 Plain with Eye Flaw

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Description

Booklet Christmas FX2 1979 Plain with Eye Flaw

Issued 15th November 1979.

Christmas Greetings

Plain booklet, containing 10 x 8p (U162b/Concise X879)  and 10 x 10p (U184d/ConciseX886) – pane number UMFB13c/ ConciseX879l?.

U162b   8p 1 x 4mm centre band, with short band at top and bottom. Type I with FCP/PVAD.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         U184d 10p 2 x 9.5mm bands, with short bands top and bottom. Type I FCP/PVAD.

The 8p at 2/1 has a “Flaw masking eye” thus giving pane number UMFB13c

Selvedge only on the left. Perf type E.

Concise (2017) catalogue number of pane X879l.

You are buying one Christmas cylinder booklet with 10 x 8p and 10 x 19p Machins and with the “Flaw masking eye”.

Unmounted mint and in pristine condition

Booklet Christmas FX2 1979 Plain with Eye Flaw

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