Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP)

Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP) Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP) Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP) Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP) Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP) Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP) Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP) Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP) Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP) Definitive: PAVILION 6B 3rd PRINT (TBSP)

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MiNo. 3656AII Thailand
Opr.; (4x5); A = perf. K 14:14 1/2; C = perf. 13 1/4; D = perf. K 14 1/2:14; E = perf. K 14 1/2: 14 1/4
Stamp, date of issue: 06.03.2020
Picture descriptions:
ewl) Traditional open pavilion (Sala)
3656 AII  6 B dark purple ewl
Quantity: 100,000 pieces
Designer: Mr. Thaneth Ponchaiwong (Thailand Post)
Printing:
Thai British Security Printing, Bangkok
Conservation status:
Here as a "MINT NEVER HINGED (MNH)" single stamp or as in the title, the article picture and / or article number described as a pair, Block of 4 with and / or without edge, as Block of 4 with imprint on edge and / or perforated or not perforated. Decisive for the delivery is the article title, the article picture or the article number!
Issue Notice:
  • The 1st print issue was made by Thai British Security Printing and can be recognized by the pictogram of the printer top left and 1 x SALA on the left edge of the sheet margin.
  • The 2nd print issue was made by Chan Wanich Security Printing and can be recognized by the pictogram of the printer on the top left and 2 x SALA on the left edge of the sheet margin.
  • The 3rd print issue was made by Australia Post, Sprintpak and has a color point instead of the pictogram of the printer upper left and 3 x SALA on the left edge of the sheet margin.
  • The 4th print issue was made by Thai British Security Printing and can be recognized by the pictogram of the printer top left and 4 x SALA on the left edge of the sheet margin.
  • The 5th print issue was made by Thai British Security Printing and can be recognized by the pictogram of the printer top left and 5 x SALA on the left edge of the sheet margin.
  • In addition, all print´s differ due to the perforation "A", "C", "D" and "E", slight color differences in color and the type of font in the Sheet Digit Numbers.
  • The stamp sheets are also to be recognized by the impression of the printer below the stamps´s 17 and 18.
  • Unlike the last series of definitive stamps, no abnormalities in counting numbers, etc. are currently known.

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