Machin Northern Ireland XN27 5p Single

£0.60

Machin Northern Ireland XN27 5p Single

2 in stock

Description

Machin Northern Ireland XN27 5p Single

Printed by Harrison & Sons from chemically etched cylinders on Original Coated Paper (OCP) with PVA gum

Reddish violet, issued 7th July 1971

Two 9.5 mm phosphor bands.

From cylinder number 4 dot, phosphor 10

Specialised Vol 4 Part 2 catalogue number XN27

(Concise catalogue number NI8)

Unmounted mint and in pristine condition

Machin Northern Ireland XN27 5p Single

Stamps will be well packaged and despatched by Royal Mail – see Main Menu for postal options. We only charge for the first item in most categories, any further items purchased would not increase the final postal charges. Generally we do not charge you for envelopes and packaging materials

INFORMATION SOURCES:

First of all, Royal Mail will handle your order. Therefore please see our Shop menu for postal options:  Postage                                                                                                                            We only charge postage for the first item in most cases. Thus any further items purchased would not increase the final postal charges. Furthermore we do not charge you for envelopes and packaging.

Recorded Delivery or Registered Post is also available if required. Loss or damage compensation can therefore be claimed if this option is taken.

We mention Stanley Gibbons catalogue numbers where it is possible. These numbers are either from the “Concise Stamp Catalogue” or from the “Specialised Stamp Catalogue Volume 4 Part 1”. We will try to mention any other numbering that we may use if not covered by the above. Sometimes particular stamps, Smilers sheets, booklets, miniature sheets, or cylinder blocks are not recognized anywhere. Hence, in this case, we would use our own expertise to describe and value that  item.

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

Please let us know if we have made a mistake with this description.

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