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Oceania/Australia : PIONEER 60CT COLOUR SHIFT

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Horamakhet
02 Jan 2018
07:04:23am
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Hi to all

If you look closely at the pendulum ball, you will notice that in the middle stamp the brown colour has slightly shifted and partially coloured the white Morse code sheet.

also the end stamp,(extreme right) the smaller pendulum the white dot is more of a brown shade as well, also on the same end stamp, you can see that the yellow wire on the left hand side has no white colour at all, and the left hand side of the Morse board has a white line running down the edge.

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Horamakhet

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Benque
02 Jan 2018
06:47:00pm
re: PIONEER 60CT COLOUR SHIFT

Hi Horamakhet,
This is like Where's Waldo!
Also see the right side of the shadow of the morse code sheet in the middle stamp, and the right side of the morse board on the left stamp. The wires on all 3 stamps are also different, as to which side/middle the shading is.
A dog's breakfast of colour shifts.

Very nice examples for us to scrutinize.

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Rob1956
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02 Jan 2018
08:11:27pm
re: PIONEER 60CT COLOUR SHIFT

As modern stamps are printed in the 10s of millions even over 100 million in a single printing, there would be a multitude of minor varieties, too many to catalogue or be of any value. But to look for these varieties can be exciting.

Dedicating an album to such varieties can be quite interesting as there will always be one to add to the album.

Rob

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