Hong Kong 1904-06 $10 slate and orange/blue, watermark MCA, chalk-surfaced paper, reduced margin at left, SG90b.
A fine unmounted mint example with full original gum. The stamp shows some characteristic traces of rubbing and frame off-setting but, nevertheless, is far above average for this key stamp rarity.
These definitive stamps issued during the reign of King Edward VII are commonly referred to as the "bald man's definitives" or, more simply, "the baldies" by local stamp collectors.
The Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is £2,000.
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