Ireland 1922 1d Essay typographed by Pictorial Printing Machine Co., in pale turquoise on thin card, imperforate horizontal strip of 5 from top of sheet with full margins.
A rare, very fine and attractive item; one for the most discerning specialist collector.
At the time of the 1922 creation of the Irish Republic, the Postmaster General of the Irish Free State invited firms in London and Dublin to compete in a stamp design competition. Dollard Printing House Limited, Hely Limited, Perkins Bacon & Co., O'Loughlin, Murphy & Boland and the Pictorial Printing Machine Company each produced essays for consideration, as did some other unrecorded organisations
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