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unused  (1d.) rose-red and (1d.) carmine-lake, the original shades, both without gum and of fine appearance; the former slightly thinned. Very rare. R.P.S. Certificate (1948) for both. Sc. 22, 22a; S.G. 38-39, £205. Photo
1859 (Sept.) Britannia Issue, Pin-perf. 13½-14 Mint In this section the original shades refer to the 17th August, 1859 to 17th May, 1860 despatches. All are of the upmost rarity. The remainder shades are those that came from the "Crown Agents find" which came to light in London early in the year 1896. These shades are quite distinct from the originals.
unused (1d.) rose-red and (1d.) carmine-lake, the original shades, both without gum and of fine appearance; the former slightly thinned. Very rare. R.P.S. Certificate (1948) for both. Sc. 22, 22a; S.G. 38-39, £205. Photo

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unused (1d.) rose-red and (1d.) carmine-lake, the original shades, both without gum and of fine appearance; the former slightly thinned. Very rare. R.P.S. Certificate (1948) for both. Sc. 22, 22a; S.G. 38-39, £205. Photo
Provenance
Hodsell Hurlock, 1958
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