The 1 was printed in sheets of 60 (12x5). There were 6
printings. The last (postwar) printing was perf.13; all
earlier printings were perf. 14x13.75.
I have no idea if that flaw is on all printings ot not.
The total issue of the 1 was 63,420 for the pre-war and
wartime printings, and 31,020 for the postwar printing.
(Information from Robson Lowe, vol. VI.)
Jay Carrigan change domain to mchsi
>A question regarding the "missing pearl" variety on the 1 KGVI Key Type of
>the Leeward Islands -
>SG.114ba " Position R5/1" - I assume that this means there was only
>one of this variety in each sheet.
>Can anyone please tell me how many sheets were issued and how many stamps
>were in each sheet - I can't see this info in the Gibbons catalogue.
>Thanks in anticipation,