Australia 1975 Edith Cowan 10c ptd on gummed side, SG602ab
Australia 1975 Famous Australians 10c Edith Cowan, perforations 14x15, error printed on the gummed side.
Superb unmounted mint example with full original gum.
Edith Cowan was the first woman to be elected to an Australian parliament. She became prominent in the women's suffrage movement, which saw women in Western Australia granted the right to vote in 1899.
An interesting, rare and unusual modern stamp error with the image being incorrectly printed on the gum side of the stamp.
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