For the ½d green – https://www.stampboards.com/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=18421
For the 1d red –https://www.stampboards.com/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=87758
For the 2d grey – https://www.stampboards.com/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=18594
and so on.
Contributions consist of images of single individual subjects/clichés that have constant and plated flaws. Thus, for example, in the 1d Kangaroo and Map WIKI for the position BL6 (the sixth stamp from the left pane of plate B) there is the following entry
Up to now, the practice has been to place images at the bottom of a WIKI, on the assumption that someone would move the image to the correct location. There has been no standardisation, nor quality control.
Past postings have sometimes been speculative and even just prose, which distract from the original purpose of the WIKI.
Now, it is requested that new images be posted to this thread, which will act as a staging point. Postings should include any information relating to plating, including the plate number, pane and position on that pane.
All appropriate images will be moved to the relevant WIKI location. The original posting to this thread will remain.
Ideally, two or more images per stamp should be posted: one of the full stamp at 1200 dpi, and one or more of the area(s) around the flaw/variety marker at some higher resolution.
In the words of GUTTERS,
EXAMPLEA bit of pride in the scan of your stamp will keep it here for as long as the board stays running.
The following post came from david3461 to "Flaws on Aust Kangaroo Stamps? Help from the experts please". It is a good example of what should be included here.