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Netherlands
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Posted 11/17/2016   04:50 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add labprofess to your friends list  Get a Link to this Message
Hi guys

sorry if this is the wrong thread. If so please move dont delete
Im new to stamp collecting so sorry if this is stupid

I got the same stamp but dosent it look like the right one is different? The neck is shorter in my opinion
Can anyone explain? Is it a error?

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Australia
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Posted 11/17/2016   08:00 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Suggestion: Please try to Identify the stamp before posting,
makes it easier for others to assist.

Queen Elizabeth 3d 1953

Nothing amiss, you have probably been mistaken by the Postmark/s, it can play tricks with your eyes.
Easily proven, just take a decent scan of each, crop the image to the design borders,
then using your mouse, toggle between the images.

These exist with flaws and varieties but design remained consistent.

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United Kingdom
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Posted 11/17/2016   3:14 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Ringo to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
It does look different, but I'm sure it isn't. I think it's because the stamp on the left is off centre, with the perfs at the bottom close to the print. The one on the right is upward shifted, so they appear not to line up.
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Posted 11/17/2016   6:08 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Renden to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
I think it is just the way the stamps were scanned and agree with rod222.
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Netherlands
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Posted 11/18/2016   3:02 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add labprofess to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
probally right guys
im a stamp noob
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Australia
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Posted 11/18/2016   3:06 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply

Quote:
im a stamp noob


The positive here is, you have a long and enjoyable journey of learning,
we all started where you are.
Enjoy the trip.


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Posted 01/01/2017   9:03 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add agmasd56 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
can you scan it and post ..try to send scanned stamps not to photo by camera
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Australia
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Posted Yesterday   05:22 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Rob041256 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
The 4 recognised shades of the 3d from the recent Australian Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue - 2015. The neck may seem longer but the two used stamps shown by labprofess have the same size neck.The entire set from 1953-56 show all the necks are of the same size.


ACSC 296A) 1953. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. Sideways C of A. Carmine-Red
ACSC 296B) 1953. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. Sideways C of A. Bright Carmine-Red
ACSC 297A)1956. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Carmine-Red
ACSC 297B) 1956. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Bright Carmine-Red


THE COMPLETE SET



ACSC 293A) 1953. Queen Elizabeth II. 1d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Purple
ACSC 293B) 1953. Queen Elizabeth II. 1d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Pale Purple



ACSC 294A) 1954. Queen Elizabeth II. 2d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Blue
ACSC 294B) 1954. Queen Elizabeth II. 2d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Pale Blue
ACSC 294C) 1954. Queen Elizabeth II. 2d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Deep Violet Blue



ACSC 295A) 1953. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Green
ACSC 295B) 1953. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Dull Green



ACSC 296A) 1953. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. Sideways C of A. Carmine-Red
ACSC 296B) 1953. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. Sideways C of A. Bright Carmine-Red
ACSC 297A) 1956. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Carmine-Red
ACSC 297B) 1956. Queen Elizabeth II. 3d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Bright Carmine-Red



ACSC 298A) 1956. Queen Elizabeth II. 6d. Perforation 15 x 14. Sideways C of A. Orange
ACSC 298B) 1956. Queen Elizabeth II. 6d. Perforation 15 x 14. Sideways C of A. Pale Orange
ACSC 299) 1956. Queen Elizabeth II. 6d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Orange
ACSC 299B) 1956. Queen Elizabeth II. 6d. Perforation 15 x 14. No watermark. Yellow (Not listed)

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