STILL FINDING 'WANTS'.
TORN FLAG VARIETY. NEVER THOUGHT I'D FIND ONE!!!
1852,THRUPPENNY BEAVER. CURRENCY WAS IN STERLING.
A LITTLE FADED. (WORN PLATE??) GOOD MARGINS
THIS IS THE 5 CENT BEAVER. NOW IN DECIMAL
1859, THE DECIMAL SYSTEM WAS ADOPTED
MALTESE CROSS WITH NUMBER
NUMBERS 1-7 MEANT THE LETTER WAS POSTED IN LONDON
AND TALKING ABOUT LONDON...
"THE OLD LADY OF THREADNEEDLE St." WAS THE HOME OF THE BANK OF ENGLAND
Not in any catalogue? The Mulready group and a predigious dealer from Edmonton have neither seen nor heard of this anomaly
2d Blue with letters in all four corners
This is the one only printing of a Tupenny Blue with letters in all corners