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Supplementary Definitive 1923

Mi 209 Mi 210 Mi 211 Mi 212 Mi 213 Mi 214

Mi No. Denom. Color Perf. Wm. MNH U Sc No.
209 2 ct Pale brown 11 5 1.00 0.30 196
210 3 ct Yellow olive 11 5 1.50 0.30 197
211 5 ct Light green 11 5 1.50 0.30 198
212 10 ct Violet 11 5 3.00 0.10 199
213 25 ct Deep blue 11 5 7.50 0.10 202
214 36 ct Red brown 11 5 12.00 1.00 204
25.00 2.00

Data
Print house: -
Printing: Litography
Sheet: 100 (10x10)
Paper: White, with gum
Watermarks: Parquetry (V.5)
Perforation: 11
Notes: Printed in the latter part of 1923. No. 211 (5 ct with no watermarks) came about because of a defective process in the manufacture of the watermarked paper with parquetry design (Wm. 5). In afull sheet the watermarks gradualy fade out towards the bottom of the sheet. It happened similarlywith the two New Currency Air Post stamps (Mi 220 and 222).

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