Each sheet of stamps features a two box grid with a marker dot in one of the boxes identifying the position of the sheet on the printing plate. Unlike the Machins with security features (stamps which have four or six identifiable printing positions) these stamps have only two possible positions (left and right). The stamps are printed in sheets of 200. The box grid always shown on the left hand position of the sheets for both left and right hand markers.
This is where I become even more confused, as I have already seen pictures of the actual stamps to be issued and they definitely do not have kiss and die cut perforations of the self adhesive type.
Dave states "All are self-adhesive but NOT ALL will incorporate the slits including the low-value 17p. Again no Printer name included but will be Cylinder D1 and the colour bar is retained."
Ian Billings has shown us these actual stamps on his website and I also have a scan received from a close friend of the actual 22p value (stone). Before I send you over to Ian's site to view these I will add a link to the image I posted earlier. Use your back button to return to this page.
Make up your own mind : Are these of the self adhesive type or not? It looks like to me as though they are not. Perhaps future printings will be? Check out the two reports I mention and use your back button to return here. Then please add your comments they will be greatly appreciated.
(Thanks in advance.....Roy)