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1R1 (1/1)aThe top frame is irregularly thinned from 7½ to 10mm from left corner and small scoops are centred at 10 and 11¼mm from the right corner. Probably repaired in 1928 but the irregularity remained. Appeared early in the printings,The top frame is irregularly thinned from 7½ to 10mm from left corner and small scoops are centred at 10 and 11¼mm from the right corner. Probably repaired in 1928 but the irregularity remained. Appeared early in the printings,The top frame is irregularly thinned from 7½ to 10mm from left corner and small scoops are centred at 10 and 11¼mm from the right corner. Probably repaired in 1928 but the irregularity remained. Appeared early in the printings,
1aL2 (1/2)aA horizontal split enters the left triangle of top frame.A horizontal split enters the left triangle of top frame.
1aL4 (1/4)aThe left end of the top frame is shaved down towards the córner for about ¾mmThe left end of the top frame is shaved down towards the córner for about ¾mm
2L1 (1/1)aA cut severs top frame 4¾mm from left end. Appeared early and, closed just prior to surcharging.A cut severs top frame 4¾mm from left end. Appeared early and, closed just prior to surcharging.
3L3 (1/3)bFor 2mm immediately at left of cross the frame section is bordered with two notches. The first is on a copy dated 13.12.26 and second followed. Finally a striking set of compartment lines appeared over the frame. Curving around the left of the cross it travels in broken sections to the right for about 8mm falling downwards in course. Corrected about 1930.For 2mm immediately at left of cross the frame section is bordered with two notches. The first is on a copy dated 13.12.26 and second followed. Finally a striking set of compartment lines appeared over the frame. Curving around the left of the cross it travels in broken sections to the right for about 8mm falling downwards in course. Corrected about 1930.
3L3 (1/3)cThe major part of left angle is split from the top frame. Present at start and still visible at end of issue.The major part of left angle is split from the top frame. Present at start and still visible at end of issue.
3R5 (1/5)aClipped top left corner.Clipped top left corner.
4L3 (1/3)aThe meeting point of the top frame gutter at left end is carried deeper towards same and tilts upward, causing a similar elevation in the frame itself, sharpening the point. Not present at start and gutter became normal, but frame lift remained to end.The meeting point of the top frame gutter at left end is carried deeper towards same and tilts upward, causing a similar elevation in the frame itself, sharpening the point. Not present at start and gutter became normal, but frame lift remained to end.
4R1 (1/1)aA slight dishing in top frame at left corner sharpening same. Early and constant.A slight dishing in top frame at left corner sharpening same. Early and constant.
4R4 (1/4)aBreak in top frame ¼mm to left of cross present at start but closed later leaving a slight depression There is always a slight depression 1mm from left corner.Break in top frame ¼mm to left of cross present at start but closed later leaving a slight depression There is always a slight depression 1mm from left corner.
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