KGV 1d Red Shades - Smooth Paper Part 3

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This is the last part of the photos of KGV 1d Red Shades......G29 - G33

G29, ACSC71U Carmine-Pink - Earliest known Postmark is February 1918

 

G30, ACSC71V Carmine-Rose - - Earliest known Postmark is February 1918. This common group also has 4 UV reactions, so each reaction 1st appears on a different data.

 

G32, ACSC71W Brown-red - Earliest known Postmark is May 1918

 

G32.5, ACSC71X Maroon - Shade group, consisting of Plum, Crimson & Maroon.The Maroon is no longer considered to be part of this group

 

G31, ACSC71Y Carmine Red... 3 Different Shades - Earliest known Postmark is March 1918. This large group has 4 different UV reactions & a multitude of shades. First shade of the Harrison printings

 

G33, ACSC71Z Carmine (Aniline) - Earliest known Postmark is late 1920. This print was made after the last print of the Large Multiple Wmk paper.

 

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