Please excuse my ignorance but what exactly is a specimen stamp? I have several block of 4 of the Decimal Aussie ones - but don't understand the reasoning behind stamping them specimen
I notice you have an Australia joint issue with USSR $1.10 specimen, I also noticed I forgot to add my specimen of that stamp to the collection I have shown at the bottom of page 4.
All those who responded to your post are correct.
To put it into a nutshell, the printing of 'specimen' on a stamp renders them useless for use, though some people have successfully send them through the mail, and many people in the past and some now still have the misconception that specimens are a worthless piece of paper.
Not so, the stamp I use as my avatar cost me nearly $2,000 and is rare, the £1 coronation stamp was issued as a specimen in 1944 for collectors, I view them as a valuable part of a set.
In your post, the ANZAC tradition stamps are a complete set, and in the sports stamps, you are missing the golf specimen.