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Oceania/Australia : King George V Definitive and Commemorative stamps

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Rob1956
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05 Mar 2018
11:54:04pm
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langtounlad
06 Mar 2018
12:49:03am
re: King George V Definitive and Commemorative stamps

?? No Hermes.

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Rob1956
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06 Mar 2018
06:44:04am
re: King George V Definitive and Commemorative stamps

I assume you mean the stamp below, I intentionally left it out as I am currently compiling a collection of various shades and imprints of the 1934 Hermes and Globes (and it is to be replaced as the bottom left perf is missing), it is in another album, when I have all the relevant issues then I will add the replacement to a revised display of KGV commemoratives.

And considering the collection is not as yet complete, it's absence is irrelevant.

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tooler
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09 Mar 2018
05:02:17pm
re: King George V Definitive and Commemorative stamps

Very nice Rob.Thumbs Up

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Rob1956
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09 Mar 2018
10:27:16pm
re: King George V Definitive and Commemorative stamps

Thanks tooler, I have completed the KGVI collection (well, sought of), I'm waiting for a very rare very thin paper £2 Coat-of-Arms with roller flaw, should be in my possession at the end of the month.

I will then upload the collection, what I mean by "sought of" is that there are roller flaws of the specimens and commercial issues of the Coat-of-Arms, all near impossible to locate.

The one main stamp I want before embarking on the hunt for the roller flaws is the elusive £1 very thin paper, I have seen only one, and that is mint lightly hinged, and I collect only mint unhinged (the C.T.O. 5/- Harbour Bridge is a temporary addition, I will soon replace it with a well centred mint unhinged one).

And with the KGV, every now and then I will add a few stamps to the collection, and will upload a revised collection when there is enough to make it worthwhile.

Rob

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