1&1/2d Green, Single Wmk, 1923-1924

Printed by TS Harrison 1923-24 and issued on 7th March 1923

Printed by TS Harrison 1923-24 using Electros 11,12,13,14,15,16,17 & 18. Printing history is complex, with Electros 11, 12, 13 & 14 also being used for the preceding printings in Brown on Single and Large Multiple Watermark papers, and Electros 13,14,15,16,17 and 18 also being used for printings in Red on Single Watermark paper. Electros 17 and 18 were also used for printings in Red on No Watermark paper. It is evident that some of the Green printings on Electros 13-18 occurred before Red printings using the same Electros, but some Green printings occurred after some of the earlier printings in Red. This results in some interesting flaw sequences in the Green and Red printings. Standard texts used to identify these varieties are:

Guy, Richard (Ed.), 2005, The Australian Commonwealth King George V 1&1/2d Die 1 stamp, Part 1: Electros 1 to 14 , Australian Commonwealth Collectors Club of NSW

Guy, Richard (Ed.), 2009, The Australian Commonwealth King George V 1&1/2d Die 1 stamp, Part 2: Electros 15 to 29, Australian Commonwealth Collectors Club of NSW

Fiora, Bill, 2013, KGV Three Halfpence Flaw Location Guide Electros 1-12

Fiora, Bill, 2013, KGV Three Halfpence Flaw Location Guide Electros 13-29

Kellow, J (Ed.), 2014, The Australian Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue: King George V, Centenary of the King George V Defintives, 1914-2014, Brusden-White