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1st (17k)NVI Machins
(page updated: Nov 1/14)

Non-Value Indicator (NVI) Machins debuted on August 22, 1989.

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

(jump to denomination/colour illustrations)

Small size:

1st black (Aug 22/89)
1st flame (Aug 7/90)
1st gold (Apr 21/97)
1st Millennium (white) (Jan 6/00)
1st diamond blue (Feb 6/12)
1st Royal Mail red (Jan 3/13)
1st amethyst purple (Sep 9/15)

2nd light blue (Aug 22/89)
2nd dark blue (Aug 7/90)

E blue (Jan 19/99)


PIP: (Pricing in Proportion & 'Large')

1st gold (Aug 1/06)
1st diamond blue (Mar /12)
1st Royal Mail red (Jan 3/13)
2nd light blue (Aug 1/06) 


Airmail:

Europe (dark green) (Mar 30/10)
Europe (ultramarine) (Mar 27/03)
Worldwide (purple) (Mar 30/10)
Worldwide (red) (Mar 27/03)
Postcard (Apr 1/04)

Large size:

1st embossed, large (Feb 16/99)
1st engraved, large (Feb 16/99)
1st typographed, large (Feb 16/99)


Self-adhesive:

1st flame (horizontal) (Oct 19/93)
1st flame (vertical) (Apr 6/98)

2nd light blue (horizontal) (Mar 18/97)
2nd light blue (vertical) (Apr 6/98)


Anniversary: (two heads)

1st black (Feb 15/00)

Denomination/colour illustrations:
1st (2k) 1st (2k) 1st (2k) 1st (2k) 1st (2k) 1st (2k) 1st (2k) 1st (2k)
2nd (2k) 2nd (2k) 2nd (2k) E (2k)
1st PIP (2k) 2nd PIP (2k)

Anniversary issue:
1st (2k)

Airmail:
Europe (20g) Europe (40g) Airmail (20g) Airmail (40g) Airmail (postcard)   


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Booklet pane numbers used courtesy the Modern British Philatelic Circle
who publish 'The Bookmark' Catalogue

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