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Oceania/Australia : UPDATE: King George VI 1949-1950 Coat-of-Arms

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5/- (11/4/1949)

1. Carmine
2. Carmine (very thin paper)
3. Deep Carmine

10/- (3/10/1949)

1. Bright Purple
2. Pale Purple (unlisted)
3. Dull Purple
4. Bright Purple (Specimen)

£1 (28/10/1949)

1. Bright Blue
2. Dull Blue
3. Bright Blue (Specimen)

£2 (16/1/1950)

1. Green
2. Pale Green
3. Green (very thin paper)
4. Green (very thin paper) with roller flaw
5. Green with roller flaw
6. Green (Specimen)

SPECIMENS: The SPECIMEN overprint first appeared in collector's sets in about July 1953. There were six printings made between July 1953 and August 1963, totalling 7,260 stamps.

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