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Queensland : All Her Stamps.

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Posted 09/23/2012   07:26 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add rod222 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Queensland
The area which later became Queensland was previously part of NSW,
known as the Moreton Bay district.


"Settled by Poor debtors and petty criminals.
Today suffers from under population and mismanagement"



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SG0137 (1879) T0007 02d qv [die1] [0m1] blue File545.jpg
Watermark : crown and Q
Perf 12

CV:1993 =$1

Possible Surat Pmk ? 110

What to look for?
PENGE
QUEENSbAND
QU JOINED




Die 1 can be recognised by the corner triangle
joining with the oval

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Mail : Texas Queensland.

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SG0210 (1895) T0018 01d qv [0m1] orange red pmk 214 File545.jpg

Perf 12.5,13
wmk Crown and Q

CV 1993 30c

Pmk 214 = Toowoomba.

What to watch for?
same des 1d red Perf 12 $9

SG0210 1d orange red perf 12.5 / 13
SG0211 1d pale red perf 12.5 /13
SG0217 1d red perf 12
SG0228 1d orange-red thin paper perf 12.5 / 13 wmk light
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SG0212 (1895) T0016 02d qv [0m1] blue pmk 31 File545.jpg

Perf 12.5, 13.
CV 1993 35p

What to look for ?
Perf 12 = GBP25 mint, GBP12 used.

Postmark 131 = Gladstone.


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"Figures in Lower Corner" Issue
Perf 12.5, 13
wmk : crown and Q

SG0229 (1895) T0019 01d qv [0m1] vermilion ipswitch File545.jpg

CV 1993 GBP2 used 20p

Postmark : Ipswich



What to watch for?

The sixpenny ($29,000)



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Hi Rod222

Have you seen this variety, I was inspired to have a quick look at my unsorted Queensland and found this at a quick glance.
Regards
Horamakhet
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Yep, H
same stamp, yours is more true to colour.
with used stamps, their prev history could be anything
mine possibly soaked warm water or exposed to light.
No varieties listed in this fellow.
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I've only got 3 Queensland stamps, and one happens to be a green 6 pence. But dang if it don't have those numbers in the top corners! Missed it by that much!
But what do you make of this one Rod? Quite the ink smear across the top border.



Appears unused, but unfortunately has a bad thin on the back.
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EFO James?
(On the KG5 sideface, these are referred to as "compartment lines"
caused by, I think, wear of the plate, but with your issue
I have seen no reference.)

fairly common rascal, circa $3 mint

Look for the Moire on the back!

1890-1894
wmk Crown Q (should be sideways)



Perf 12.5 , Perf 13 (comb machine) yours looks line perf

Yours looks like deep blue-green no?

exists
green
deep green
deep blue-green

Caveat: I am working from 1993 catalogue

This looks like comb perforation.
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Quote:
Missed it by that much!


I bought a stamp last week for $47
It could be worth $1,400, I am waiting for it to arrive

But my guess, based on past experience, will be
"missed it by that much"
It will all come down to shade.
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PS: why fret over a thin?
In a $2000 stamp, you have an issue,
with a $3 stamp, It's no body's business

People shouldn't be looking at the rear of ladies anyhow!

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Mutilated Cover piece.

Auxilliary Marking Handstruck Registration stamp
"THORGAMINDAH"

On brace of SG234 2d blues

What to look for ?
Cracked plate (not seen one myself)
(white break across Queen's face and neck)
This crack developed during 1901


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You're quietly toiling away here, rod, but keep it up. This is great stuff.
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Posted 09/23/2012   6:51 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Yeah, the wages are poor.......
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Here is a picture of the cracked plate:




Hard to miss when you know what to look for.
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