I haven't added anything to this thread in awhile, as my purchases have dropped off a tad. Searching through my current holdings, I found a Scott 124, ACSC 131 which has such a nice corner cancel, that I thought it was 131w, Cancelled to Order. However, it doesn't match the "Melbourne" styles in my book. Was this just a nice strike from Western Australia?
Retroreveal tried to help me out. This is the best scan I could find.
Here's an oddity. It looks like a re-entry, or kiss-print on the right side. This is Scott 8, ACSC BW 17. There is a note in ACSC for 17c that is a partial kiss print. They go on to say, "several used stamps are known showing doubling of the lower left portion of the stamp." Unfortunately, mine is on the right side.
Here is the entire stamp followed by some scans with areas circled showing the extension of horizontal lines on the right side. I thought it may be ink pulls, but those are usually irregularly shaped, while these are pretty consistent. Any thoughts?