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1843 1d. Pink stationery envelope, small size, sent from Dublin to Wexford


SG12 1844 1d. Orange-brown (RI). Constant Variety. Four margined example on wrapper sent from TAIN to EDINBURGH.


SG2 1840 1d. Black pl. 7 (CF), worn plate with excellent margins and crisp black mc- F square just shows the constant variety.


SG2 1840 1d. Black pl. 7 CE-CF pair, worn plate (unusual), neat square margins and red mc’s – appears to be without the constant variety in “F” square.


SG21 1855 1d. Red-brown Die 2, plate 7, OC. Unlisted constant variety, “large spot below Queen’s ear” on cover.


SG21 1855 1d. Red-brown, Die II, Alph II, SC16, plate 4, IL. Constant variety “mark at lower left”.


SG3 1840 1d. Grey-black (MG). Constant Variety. Exceptionally fine used.


SG7 1841 1d. Red-brown (NH). Double Letter “H” and Constant Variety. ABOYNE Maltese Cross.


SG7 1841 1d. Red-brown, plate 5, QF – constant variety; clear to wide margin example, neat black maltese cross.


SG8 1841 1d. Red-brown. (PL). Constant Variety. Extremely rare imperforate from Wales to Europe.


SG8 1842 1d. Red-brown (CA). Constant Variety. NORWICH Maltese Cross.


SG8 1842 1d. Red-brown Pl.30 (SB). Constant Variety. Fine four margined example cancelled by black MC.


SG8 1842 1d. Red-brown, plate 30, RI. Hand re-cut, tail to R. Constant variery. Green town cancel of Rostrevor, Co. Down, Ireland., Penny Post.


The Stamps of Great Britain; The Line Engraved Issues 1841 Penny Red. Die I. Alphabet I. Plates 102-131. Constant Varieties.