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1.50 (15k) 1.50 brownish red
(page updated: Feb 27/09)

1st seen: Mar 9/99
Engraved

Also exists:

Gravure

self-adhesive w/Security features

  Paper Other identification Issue date Source Gum
 Uncoated, non-phosphor
  Uncoated  Enschedé Mar 9/99 Sheets PVA
  Uncoated De La Rue Apr 11/00 Sheets PVA

Engraved:
Differences between the two printers exist in the value tablets:

1.50 detail

Douglas Myall also reports that the ink colours, under an ultraviolet light,
have a different fluorescence: Enschedé is bright yellow; De La Rue is brown.


1.50 (15k) 1.50 brownish red

1st seen: Jul 1/03
Gravure

  Paper Other identification Issue date Source Gum
 2-band (blue) phosphor
  OFNP De La Rue Jul 1/03 Sheets PVA

1.50 1.50 terracotta
Self-Adhesive, Security features

1st seen: Feb 17/09
Photogravure

Security pattern lettering in background, semi-circular slits

  Paper Other identification Issue date Source Booklet singles Gum
 2-band phosphor
  OFNP De La Rue Feb 17/09 Sheets

Security features:

Code: none
Slits: Type 1

   


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