British Commonwealth


The term 'variety' covers a multitude of sins. Missing colours, perforations, embossing, phosphor; flaws on the printing plate or random flaws on a sheet; constant or non-constant; major or minor, the term covers just about everything that distinguishes a stamp from its normal iteration. Collectors, particularly specialist collectors, may choose to concentrate on them, holding that 'variety is the spice of life', or someone who prefers the simple life may ignore them altogether.

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