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King George V Sideface Varieties

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  • 5d Die II BW 127(3)r / SG 130 Variety not listed in SG catalogue
  • Left frame absent or thinned behind Kangaroo
    • Detail images show two examples
  • Plate 3, Right Pane, Position 60 (3R60)
  • Exists only on BW 127.
    • The other Die II issue, BW 126, only used Plate 2
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  • 5d Die II BW 127(3)j / SG 130 Variety not listed in SG catalogue
  • Some shading lines left of mid portion of crown do not reach the wattle leaves
    • ACSC describes this as a white flaw
  • Plate 3, Left Pane, Position 57 (3L57)
  • Exists only on BW 127.
    • The other Die II issue, BW 126, only used Plate 2
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  • 1d BW 82 / SG 125 Variety not listed in either catalogue
  • First state; normal
  • Second state
    • Three shading breaks around the stem of the right wattle. This is subject to inking and only two are visible in the example.The red dot on the detail image indicates the approximate location of the third break.
    • White flaws in oval between the emu's beak and breast, also subject to inking. The largest such flaw, 1mm below the beak is however visible.
    • Right side of the right fleur de lys on crown extends downwards and is connected horizontally to the dot on the left side of the crown. Very variable.
    • March 1916 to 1929
  • Third state
    • The second state flaws as above
    • L of AUSTRALIA has a rectangular projection from its base
    • Break in left Frame running NE to SW about 11ūmm from bottom left corner. Often filled in with inking and not visible in this example.
    • 1929 to Final
  • Plate 4, Electro VIII, Position 55 (VIII/55)
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