117 10c BLUE
Plates 13 - 18 were Wet printed with upper imprints
and a band of type D Lathework at the bottom.
Upper Plate 13
Upper left Plate 14
Upper right Plate 15
Upper right Plate 16
Type D Lathework
Upper Plate 18
Plates 17 and 18 had a guide arrow in the right margin
Plates 19 and 20 were Wet printed with type D Inverted Lathework
Upper left Plate 19
Upper left Plate 20
Type D inverted Lathework
For some reason this Lathework seems to be very rare.
Plates 21 and 22 were printed using both the Wet and Dry processes.
Both Plates had type D lathework
Upper left Plate 21
Upper left Plate 22
A wet printed pair that appears to be imperf between. Actually a perforation error.
A few sheets of the 10c Blue were Squat printed.
This means that the paper was put on the press sideways and hence
shrank vertically instead of the normal horizontal shrinking that
distinguishes the Wet printings.
The only known examples of these printings are stamps that have