High Values 1977 Traffic Light Gutter Pairs


High Values 1977 Traffic Light Gutter Pairs

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High Values 1977 Traffic Light Gutter Pairs

Issued 2nd February 1977

These stamps were printed on the “Jumelle Press”, and were without phosphor..

Designed after plaster cast by Arnold Machin.

Machin Large Format Issue

Perforation 14 x 15.

The stamps are on Fluorescent Coated Paper (FCP). They also have Polyvinyl Alcohol gum with Dextrin added (PVAD).

The colours are as follows:

£1.00: bright yellow-green and blackish olive; £2.00: light emerald and purple-brown; and also £5.00: salmon and chalky-blue.                                                                                                                                     !

Stanley Gibbons GB QEII Specialised Volume 4 Part 1 catalogue numbers UF1, UF7, and UF8

Also Concise (2019) catalogue numbers 1026, 1027, and also 1028.

High Values 1977 Traffic Light Gutter Pairs


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In conclusion, all of our stamps are unmounted mint and in an excellent condition. We will mention any variation to this statement.

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