Booklet FF1A/UFB3 E Perf Machin Plain 8½p


Booklet FF1A/UFB3 E Perf Machin Plain 8½p.

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Booklet FF1A/UFB3 E Perf Machin Plain 8½p.         

For “Counter Sale”, designed by Post office artists. The booklet is also dated March 1976.

Royal Mail Philatelic Bureau Stock Number. Also no number allocated. They are, however, mentioned in the Stock List of June 1976.

Issued  14th July 1976.  Printed by Harrison & Sons Limited.

Booklet FF1. Concise (2019) catalogue number of pane. Pane not listed.

Booklet coloured light olive-yellow and brownish grey.

Specialised catalogue Vol 4 Part 1 number UFB3/FF1A containing 10 x U166. (Selvedge at left).

Booklet without cylinder numbers: (contains 10 x 8½p, U166/Concise X881).

Perforation type E.

Unmounted mint and also in pristine condition.

Booklet FF1A/UFB3 E Perf Machin Plain 8½p.


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