Chemistry 1978 Traffic Light Gutter Pairs

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Chemistry 1978 Traffic Light Gutter Pairs

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Chemistry 1978 Traffic Light Gutter Pairs

Issued 2nd March 1977.  There are four different stamps in this issue.

Designed by Jerzy Caro.

This issue commemorates the Centenary of the Royal Institute of Chemistry, and is also devoted to British Nobel Prize winners in the Chemistry field.

The perforations are 15 x 14.

“All Over” Phosphor.

The four different stamps depicted are:

a)  8½p        –  Steriods  – Conforational Analysis

b) 10p           –  Vitamin C – Synthesis

c)  11p            –  Starch – Chromatography

d) 13p            –  Salt – Crystallography

The Stanley Gibbons Specialised GB QEII Catalogue Volume 5 numbers W357 to W360 refer.

Also the Gibbons Concise (2019) catalogue numbers are 1029 to 1032 (four stamps in total).

Chemistry 1978 Traffic Light Gutter Pairs

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