I misread it at stampworld.
Punctuation or spacing is not important until it is. Yours was such an example. However with the internet and social communication spelling and punctuation seems to be falling to the wayside. Additionally, the lettered slang is often open to interpretation and thus confusing. Why The Frown and Leave on Ledge are two examples.
Of course I will be dismissed as not understanding that language, or specifically language changes. But that does not mean for the positive. First there were pictographs, then hieroglyphics, then alphabets and with the advent on the Smilies, we're reverting back to hieroglyphics to avoid spelling.
Here in the USA we have a document called the Constitution which I trust you have heard about along with some other founding documents. Yet today schools do not teach children to be able to read the documents and by extension show that going to an original source is an unneeded bother. Teaching cursive reading and writing is just so 20th Century.
Edited to add:
Because it is a BLOCK. (sigh)
Thus you explain the fallacy of so-called population reports limiting itself to only certain but not all quality stamps. Now if the block shown was broken up, the population report would increase greatly, likely then lowering the quoted "value" at various grades.
I showed a wonderful tag with an outstanding centered solo mid-level Columbian at one of my stamp clubs. Two folks, new members, came to be privately to ask if I knew about grading and to inform me that I could get much more money for the item if I soaked the stamp off and had it graded to reflect the obviously high grade it was. Neither cared about the loss of the postal history aspect of the item. No, I will keep it as a tag and companion to the same solo denomination I have on a fourth class wrapper. I will leave it there as the pro and con grading discussions have been covered to death in other threads.