Machin U184 10p 1976 Cylinder 7 Phos 34 Cut Selvedge

£3.75

Machin U184 10p 1976 Cylinder 7 Phos 34 Cut Selvedge.

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Description

Machin U184 10p 1976 Cylinder 7 Phos 34 Cut Selvedge

Orange-brown.

Printed Harrison & Sons on Fluorescent Coated Paper (FCP).

Polyvinyl Alcohol Dextrin (PVAD) gum – perforation type RE. This example with torn selvedge.

Issued 25th February 1976 with Cylinder 7 Phosphor 34 No Dot (within block of six) with two 9.5mm bands.

Chambon Printing. Sheets from cylinders 7 and 9 no dot were each issued in two identical panes separated by a horizontal gutter. Thus cylinder blocks from the upper pane can be found as a block of 8 including the gutter margin. Furthermore there were no dot panes.

Specialised GB QEII Vol 4 Part 1 catalogue number U184.

(Concise catalogue number X886).

Machin U184 10p 1976 Cylinder 7 Phos 34 Cut Selvedge.

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