Great Britain 1911 £1 Deep green, SG320.
Very fine and fresh unmounted mint, with full original gum, example printed at Somerset House.
This most distinctive and memorable stamp design caused controversy at the time because of its unusual shape and size. It is now argued by some as being the most attractive definitive stamp issue of King Edward VII’s short reign.
GB Specialised Catalogue No: M56
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