Machin Scotland XS49 8p Cylinder 1 Phosphor 22


Machin Scotland XS49 8p Cylinder 1 Phosphor 22.

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Machin Scotland XS49 8p Cylinder 1 Phosphor 22

Printed by Harrison & Sons from chemically etched cylinders on Fluorescent Coated Paper (FCP) with PVAD gum.

Rosine, issued 23rd January 1974.

Two 9.5 mm phosphor bands.

Cylinder block of eight. Cylinder number 1 No Dot, Phosphor 22. Perforation type A.

Specialised Vol 4 Part 2 catalogue number XS49.

With minor constant flaw at 20/2 – white speck on lion’s tongue.

(Concise catalogue number S26).

Machin Scotland XS49 8p Cylinder 1 Phosphor 22.


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Machin Scotland XS49 8p Cylinder 1 Phosphor 22.