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A Rare Used 1951 KGVI Brown-Purple 3d Showing Perforations Misplaced 8mm To The Left

 
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A rare used 1951 KGVI brown-purple 3d showing perforations misplaced 8mm to the left. This fine used example was cancelled by a Victorian c.d.s., and dated "16 JL 52" and is the same stamp mentioned in the ACSC (Australian Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue) as being the only used stamp recorded.

The block of 4 is transparent giving the delusive appearance of thin paper, though there are copies of the regular issue made on thin paper (0.075mm), this major flaw is only found on the regular thick paper., the block of 4 is certified as of exhibition quality.

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Spectacular perf flaws. A good flaw is one I can see without my glasses!
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I agree, a worthwhile flaw is one that can be easily recognised.
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