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 Post subject: N18 Color Shades. A Survey.
PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 7:00 pm 
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The initial printing of the Red - brown stamps was undertaken at Somerset House in 1912. Two Controls were used for printing. The first control used was the Wide setting 4 mm between the letter A. and serif of 1. The close setting being 1 and 3/4 mm respectively.

Examples shown N18.1 Red - brown. Wide Spacing.
N18.2 Pale Red - brown corner pair. Close Spacing.
N18.1 - N18.3 Examples of Harrison Controls 1913 - 1915 in Red - brown shades.


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The first major shade change came about during 1916 when N18.11 the listed Deep Yellow - brown shade appeared. From this point on the shade spectrum for study begins.
N18.11 deep Yellow - brown printed under control H16.
Shades of Orange - brown appeared during 1917.
N18.15 Variation Deep, Dull Orange - brown printed under control J17 Plate 3c. Perf type 2.
Also during 1917 a Deep Yellow - brown shade appeared printed under control J17 Perf Type 2a and deeper than the listed shade for 1916.


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Two listed varieties are shown here.

N18(f) PENCF for PENCE error from Plate 29 row 15 / 12 Corner Marginal strip of six with irregular rule and marking right side Row 20 / 12.

Close up view of PENCF error.

N18(o) Broken Shading left of Kings profile Row 20 /2 Plate 16b. this example with control L18 printing.


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A selection of shades from 1918.

N18/5 Chocolate - brown Pale shade Control K18.

N18/15 Orange - brown Deep shade Control L18.

N18/15 Orange - brown Pale shade Control L18.


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A Selection of Shades From 1918 - 1920.

N18.6 Deep Chocolate - Brown. Control M18 Printing.

N18/5 Chocolate - Brown 1920 Control O20 Printing.

N18/3 Red Brown Control O20 Printing.


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Additonal Shades from the 1920 - 1921 Printings and Plate Markings.

N18.16 Bright Orange - Brown Control O20 Plate 18.

N18.12 Bright Yellow - Brown Control Q20

N18.16 Bright Orange - Brown Deep Shade Control Q21 Plate 18 Printing two superb shades from the same plate printing.


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During the final years from 1922 through 1924 shade varieties continued with Chestnut being the predominant shade. However, during 1922 the listed shade of Very Deep Red - Brown was produced under Plate 35.

N18.13 Chestnut Pale shade 1922.

N18.4 Very Deep Red - Brown Control T22 Plate 35.

N18.13 Chestnut 1923.


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From Pale to Deep Shades, I have attempted to give some idea of a color survey of the humble Red - brown shade taken from my own collection. As new additions are added so, the diversity extends.

N18.13 Deep Chestnut 1923.

Variety N18p Frame Break base between E and H Row 20.2

The same variety but with Control W23.


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A Closer look at the listed Frame Break N18p with controls V23 and W23.


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