As mentioned by Bobby De La Rue, Stanley Gibbons Part 1 (Commonwealth and Empire Stamps 1840-1970) or the Stanley Gibbons Australia catalogue are the best catalogues in the world for all of the full face chalons of Tasmania and Queensland. New Zealand is in Part 1 but not in the smaller Australia catalogue.
Brusden White 2004 (Kangaroos and the Federal period referred to in above post) does not cover New Zealand, nor the chalons of Tasmania or the early chalons of Queensland. It only has listing for the large chalon heads (2/6, 5/-, 10/-, £1), included because some were issued around 1907 on the crown over double lined A watermark paper. The 1890's issues of those stamps are also included with the 2/6, 5/-, 10/-, £1 QLD listings.
Typically, you can distinguish watermarks. But occasionally they are a bit obscure. Would either watermark fluid or lighter fluid work to bring the Wmk forward? Or would that damage these particular stamps?