I wrote the Roosevelt proof section on Stamp Smarter. It is 42p2.
Well, 42P1-4 are all type II. The photo in the Kelleher
*is posted below
looks like a type I as there is no indication of trimming on the top and bottom protrusions. See the 12P2a posted by Richard Frajola above for comparison. Now there are some minor variances in the cutting, but nothing that has all of the image as shown in type I be it the Kelleher or Frajola image.
[*If they exist, I do not have the tools to copy from either the catalog PDF nor the SAN image. Perhaps it is time for me to join SAN if someone can confirm that then allows image copying. My screen shot tool does not produce a type of image extension that SCF allows me to post.]
NOTE: If any can, it would be helpful to this thread is the Kelleher 12P2a auction image could be copied to this thread.
They used PO Die 91, with the full design for the 5c Roosevelt printing
If that, full design
, means the type I image then that is a problem. Scott lists the 42 proofs as type II, including the P2 Roosevelt as, "42 P2 5c org brn
, type II, RA sm die on white wove paper"
If in fact it is type 1, then it does not belong listed under 42 but rather as 12, specifically 12P2.
I now repeat my prior comment, what is Kelleher to do as the item in its present state is not listed in Scott. Perhaps it needs to be under 12 or the 42 P2 listing needs to be corrected as to type.