You have a SG "Type 12"
this is identified by the backfround lines
meeting the oval line.
In the Type 11 they do not quite meet.
Perhaps we shall dig up a copy of the Type 11 for illustration.
Type 12 are from new printing plates
groups of 4 electrotypes.
Number 2 in each group of electrotypes has the "L" and "A"
of Queensland joined at the foot...Yours
(number three of each group has "P" of Pence with a long downstroke.)
The 2d is known bisected and used as 1d
Acknowledgement : Stanley Gibbons Catalogues.
I cannot identify yours Selva until you disclose the perf
Could be Perf 12 or Perf 9.5 x 12
Broken "S" possibly EFO with overinking
What to look for?
Oval white flaw on Queen's head behind diadem.