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2.00 (17k)High-value Machins
(page updated: Jun 30/07)

Included in this list are those decimal Machins with a denomination of 1 or over and the "early" large-format high-values (included the 10p to 50p large format Machins issued in 1970 which were "high-value" at the time they were issued).

Issue dates shown reflect the first release of that value. See the specialized lists for additional varieties.

(jump to denomination/colour illustrations)

Small size:

1 mauve (Aug 22/95)
1 ruby (Jun 5/07)

Engraved:

1.50 brownish red (Mar 9/99)
2 deep grey-blue (Mar 9/99)
3 dull purple (Mar 9/99)
5 brown (Mar 9/99)

Gravure:

1.50 brownish red (Jul 1/03)
2 slate blue (Jul 1/03)
3 purple (Jul 1/03)
5 grey blue (Jul 1/03)

Large size:

10p cerise (Jun 17/70)
20p olive green (Jun 17/70)
50p deep ultramarine (Jun 17/70)
1 bluish black (Jun 17/70)

1 olive and greenish yellow (Feb 2/77)
1.30 buff and blue-green (Aug 3/83)
1.33 mauve and blue black (Aug 28/84)
1.41 buff and blue green (Sep 17/85)
1.50 blue black and lilac (Sep 2/86)
1.60 buff (Sep 15/87)
2 purple brown and green (Feb 2/77)
5 pink and royal blue (Feb 2/77)

Denomination/colour illustrations:
1.00 (2k) 1.00 (2k) 1.50 (2k) 2.00 (2k) 3.00 (2k) 5.00 (2k)
1.50 (2k) 2.00 (2k) 3.00 (2k) 5.00 (2k)
10p (3k) 20p (3k) 50p (3k) 1 (3k) 1 (3k)
1 (3k) 1.30 (3k) 1.33 (3k) 1.41 (3k) 1.50 (3k) 1.60 (3k) 2 (3k) 5 (3k)


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