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2c Butterfly 1970 Pictorial: Major brown vertical colour shift & Total black omission (country name)4c Roses 1975 Pictorial 4cent on 8 cent Provisional issue two copies black ommission4c Puriri Moth 1970 Pictorial 6mm vertical colour shift4c Puriri Moth 1970 Pictorial Purple-brown background omitted
4c Puriri Moth 1970 Pictorial Yellow (wings) omission4d Puarangi 1960 Printed on chalk-surfaced paper6c Seahorse1970 Pictorial Olive colour omitted (with normal)9d New Zealand Flag 1960 Pictorial Red omission from flag in strip with normal & partial
$1 Coromandel Definitive (2003) misplaced perforations$1 Round Kiwi Definitive (1993) misplaced perforations2½d Titoki 1960 Pictorial major brown colour shift$3 Butterfly 1996 Yellow admiral butterfly grey & green ommitted
$3 Cape Kidnappers Definitive (2000) misplaced perforations40c Brown Kiwi Definitive 1988 double perforations50c Definitive Ailsa Mountains (2003) error “Solid” silver overprint (fern)50c Definitive Ailsa Mountains Normal silver overprint (fern fronds) Normal fern fronds plume
5d 1960 Pictorial: yellow colour shift

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