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Help identifying 1P and 1.5 P King G V







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please let us know what Catalogue you use, when you ask for ID.

Your first stamp, was used in Tasmania, postmarked HOBART 3rd December 1917

Your second stamp Wmk is undecipherable, possibly a multiple crown.
We could probably confirm a date by the slogan Pmk "Always.....?"

Use (If safe to do so) lighter fluid to see the Pmk, or being a used stamp,
soak it in water for a few minutes.

This may assist?


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scott catalog 2009
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1st one Sc# 26
Sorry...Unknown.

Scott 21, possibly Sc#21a (Must be perf 14)
You are faced with Gibbons shades as
Carmine Red
Carmine Pink
Pale Carmine (shades)
Rose red
Carmine (Aniline)


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Type 5 small multiple Wmk.
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Scott #68 Gibbons=scarlet
Once again, you must try to supply the perforation.
Yours must be 13 x 12 to make it the 1927 issue.
The 1926 had shiny ink.

Caveat: I am not an authority of the KG5 Sideface, just doing my best.


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It is 12 X 13
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thanks for help
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