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Identification Checklist For GB King George V Seahorse Stamps



KG5 GB Seahorse High Value Stamps

GB King George 5th Seahorse Stamp ID Characteristics

Value

1913 Waterlow

1915 DLR

1918 B.W&Co

1918 Re-Eng

2/6d

Stamp height is exactly 22mm
Gum is white and evenly applied
Perfs & teeth are evenly spaced

Stamp height is exactly 22mm
Gum is yellowish and often appears streaky
Perf holes are less even and big perf tooth at top of each side
Colour often shows through stamp

Stamp height is between 22.5mm-23mm and a tiny printer guide dot is often visible in the middle of the top margin

Check for crossed lines behind the King's head

5/-

Stamp height is exactly 22mm
Gum is white and evenly applied
Perfs & teeth are evenly spaced

Stamp height is exactly 22mm
Gum is yellowish and often appears streaky
Perf holes are less even and big perf tooth at top of each side
Colour usually shows through stamp

Stamp height is between 22.5mm-23mm and a tiny printer guide dot is often visible in the middle of the top margin

Check for crossed lines behind the King's head

10/-

Stamp height is exactly 22mm
Gum is white and evenly applied
Perfs & teeth are evenly spaced

Stamp height is exactly 22mm
Gum is yellowish and often appears streaky
Perf holes are less even and big perf tooth at top of each side

Stamp height is between 22.5mm-23mm and a tiny printer guide dot is often visible in the middle of the top margin

Check for crossed lines behind the King's head

£1

All £1 Stamps Are Waterlow 1913

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