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3 papers used to print m/c Wildings

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Fred Sellars02/08/2019 22:06:49
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img_20190802_213642.jpgThese 2d violet phosphors were first issued on the 17th August 1965.

---------------------------------------------------THREE TYPES OF PAPERS DO EXIST ! ---------------------------------------------------

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Fred Sellars09/08/2019 18:50:08
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The 3 amigos.

Fred Sellars19/08/2019 10:18:54
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img_20190818_210528.jpgI am now coming to the conclusion that 3 papers do exist with regards to the multiple crown watermark namely :- Cream papers : Whiter papers : Fibrillous papers .

After excluding the halfpenny type values, it would seem that the majority of values between 1d to 1/6d all seem to have the three types of papers mentioned in my articles so far issued.

This is not just a coincidence but a fact.

Here are some 3d values again for comparison, comprising of cream and whiter type papers including fibrillous ones .img_20190818_205718.jpg

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