Definitive issue of 1919 – 10 vinar stamp, lithography
The 10 vinar stamp in lithography was printed twice in Tiskarna Blaznikovi nasledniki in Ljubljana. Details are displayed in the table below:
|3 January 1919||2.830.700||Smooth white or yellowish paper||
|2 March 1919||10.385.000||Rough thin paper||
|10 vinar, lithography,
possible print plate layout
The exact layout of a press sheet is unknown. It either looked like press sheet of 3 vinar and consisted of 300 stamps, which were then separated into 2 sheets of 100 and 2 sheets of 50 stamps. In the other possibility it had 500 stamps, which produced:
- 4 sheets of 100 stamps each in 10 x 10 layout,
- 2 sheets of 50 stamps each in 5 x 10 layout.
Typology based on sun rays
Unlike other denominations printed in lithography, the 10 vinar stamp has only one type of sun rays.
- Fleck, Vladimir (1940): Priručnik Maraka Hrvatskih Zemalja, Book 1, Tome 4, Hrvatski Filatelistički Savez, Zagreb
- Fleck, Vladimir (1946): Priručnik Maraka Jugoslavenskih Zemalja, Book 1, Tome 5, Hrvatski Filatelistički Savez, Zagreb