Australian Postage Stamp - Inverted Swan Stamp

Australian Postage Stamp - Inverted Swan Stamp
Australian Postage Stamp - Inverted Swan Stamp

Stamps from Australia, called The Inverted Swan, is a 4-pence blue postage stamp issued in 1855 by Western Australia. This is one of the world's first postage stamp printed upside down. Technically, it is a "frame invert".

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Country of production: Western Australia
Location of production: Perth
Date of production: January 1855
The nature of singularity: Invert error
Estimated existence: 15 + with some
Nominal value: 4-pence
Estimated value: U.S. $ 37,500 - U.S. $ 80,000

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