ST HELENA 1922-37 1½d rose-red, variety, SG99/c
St Helena 1922-37 1½d rose-red, lower left corner block of 4 with plate number '1', showing variety 'Cleft rock' on R5/1 from 22/12/22 printing, SG99/c.
A fine mint positional block of four with original gum (three of the stamps are unmounted mint). Very attractive and scarce in this ideal positional form.
Only a maximum of 1,974 possible.
This definitive issue first released in 1922 was designed by the St Helena-born Postmaster Thomas R. Bruce. It was similar to the 1912-16 pictorials, but instead of the Government House or the Wharf, these stamps showed the badge of St. Helena - a three-masted sailing ship near two large rocks.
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