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1928 - 2001

Updated: 20 August 2021

International Philatelic Exhibition, Melbourne:  3d. Blue Kookaburra
29 October 1928
This stamp was issued both in standard sheets of 120 and in special sheets of 60 comprising 15 blocks of 4, each with full selvage.  These blocks are often incorrectly referred to as Miniature Sheets.
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Block of 4 with Selvage
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As Issued Sheet of 60 stamps
Christmas 1971: The Three Wise Men
13 October 1971
These stamps were issued in standard sheets of 100, comprising 2 panes of 50.  Each pane of 50 comprises 2 blocks of 25 featuring a central green cross.
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Se-tenant Block of 25
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As Issued Pane of 50 stamps
Australia Day 1985 
25 January 1985
These stamps were issued in standard sheets of 100, comprising 2 panes of 50.  Each pane comprises se-tenant Pairs, and tĂȘte-bĂȘche pairs in top to top, and bottom to bottom formats.
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90th Inter-Parliamentary Conference & 50th Anniversary of Women in Parliament
2 September 1993 (Initial Issue) & 20 November 1993 (Reverse Format Issue)
These stamps were initially issued in standard sheets of 100, comprising 2 panes of 50.  Each pane comprised a block of 9 "Women" stamps surrounded by 16 "Conference" stamps.  A reverse design in panes of 25 were later issued as part of an limited edition portfolio (comprising the new $10 polymer note and a numbered pane of 25) honouring Eminent Women.  Un-numbered panes were separately available from the National Philatelic Centre.
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Pane 1 - Original Issue
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Pane 2 - Reverse Format Issue

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