This post examines the different shades of blue used by Bradbury Wilkinson to print the low-mid values of certain stamps of the 1935 Silver Jubilee issue. In addition, the significance of these differences in terms of identifying different printings of the stamps is also discussed.
This post examines the different shades of blue found on the 1935 Silver Jubilee Issue stamps that were printed by Waterlow and discusses how these differ from the other two printers, De La Rue and Bradbury Wilkinson, as well as discussing the significance of these differences.
This post is a complete exploration of all the different shades of red found of the stamps from this issue that feature the common design. From the rosine and scarlet shades found on the De La Rue printed stamps, to the carmine-red and bright rose colours found on the stamps printed by Bradbury Wilkinson.
This post explores the different shades of red found on the 1935 Silver Jubilee Stamps of the British Commonwealth and explains how studying the colours in this way can be used to help study the stamps of other issues.
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