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Europe/Great Britain : "Wilding" Carrick Castle

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kajones
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24 Oct 2016
04:34:40pm
How do you know the difference between a high value and low value "Wilding" definitive from Great Britain? Especially the Carrick Castle (2/6d) 1955
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Ningpo
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24 Oct 2016
04:44:32pm
re: "Wilding" Carrick Castle

The way you have phrased the question suggests you may have misunderstood the term 'high value'.

The Wildings 'high values' are any of the four denominations (face value): 2s 6d, 5s, 10s and £1, as opposed to 'low values', which are the denominations below 2s 6d.

These terms apply to any GB (and Commonwealth) issues.

Admittedly, the terms 'high and low value' are unfortunately unhelpful.

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kajones
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24 Oct 2016
06:27:00pm
re: "Wilding" Carrick Castle

Thanks, that makes more sense to me.

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