Below you'll find a list of all items that have been categorized as “BCOF (Japan) Overprints”
Set of 7 in extra fine mint unhinged condition.
Set of 7 with the 5/- denomination being the THIN paper variant. Extra fine, mint unhinged.
½d – 1/- in corner imprint blocks of 4. Extra fine and totally mint unhinged.
A very fine set of 7. Fresh mint unhinged.
Set of 9 including SG J2a and J7a. Very fine and fresh, mint unhinged.
Short set to 2/- in matching corner imprint blocks of 4. Totally mint unhinged.
FIRST DAY COVER: BCOF Set of 7 issued 8 MAY, 1947. Very fine.
½d orange AUTHORITY imprint corner block of 4. The overprint on all stamps shows smudging, plus OFFSET on reverse. Upper stamps mint lightly hinged, the lower pair mint unhinged.
½d orange variety: WRONG FONT “6”. Extra fresh, mint unhinged.
1d brown block of 4 with perf pip in upper selvedge. Very fine and mint unhinged.
1d with thin serifed trial BLACK overprint. CEREMUGA CERTIFICATE. Very fine and fresh mint unhinged.
Thin TRIAL OVERPRINT in black on 1d. Cancelled per favour.
BCOF 1d bluish overprint. Very fine mint unhinged.
1d blue-black colour overprint. A very fine and fresh block of 4. Mint unhinged.
Trial overprint with “thin printing” on 3d purple-brown, mint lightly hinged.
Thin serifed trial BLACK overprinted on 3d purple-brown. CEREMUGA CERTIFICATE. Very fine and mint unhinged.
3d with variety PAN of JAPAN scratched. Mint unhinged.
3d with OVERPRINT DOUBLE, one impression characteristically weak. Very fine, mint unhinged. RPS (Vic) Certificate.
3d with OVERPRINT DOUBLE, one impression characteristically weak. Very fine, mint lightly hinged. Ceremuga Certificate.
6d Kookaburra block of 4, well centred showing perf pip at top. Mint unhinged.
6d Kookaburra block of 8. Variety: 4/5 “wrong font B and first A of Japan”. Variety stamp affected by light vertical crease barely visible from front. Fresh and mint unhinged.
6d kookaburra with B and first A of JAPAN in wrong font. Mint lightly hinged
6d kookaburra, narrow “N” variety, mint unhinged.
6d purple-brown with wrong fount “6” in 1946, more commonly referred to as the “antique 6 “. Mint very lightly hinged.
Variety “wrong font 6”. Fine used in pair, fine used on piece. Lovely combination.
1/- lyrebird gutter imprint block of 4 showing perf pip at base. Totally mint unhinged.
1/- lyre. Variety: wrong font A and ‘4’. Mint unhinged.
1/- lyrebird variety: WRONG FONT “6”. Very fine, mint lightly hinged.
1/- upper right corner block of 4 with upper right stamp showing NARROW N variety. All stamps are fresh and mint unhinged.
2/- lower right corner block of 4. Very fine and mint unhinged.
2/- maroon with DISTORTED B variety. Mint unhinged.
2/- maroon AUTHORITY imprint corner block of 4. Extra fine, totally mint unhinged.
2/- maroon authority imprint block of 4. Totally mint unhinged.
5/- thin paper. A horizontal pair, fine used. Used multiples are seldom offered.
5/- THIN paper printing. Very fine and fresh. Mint unhinged.