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:

Date Circulation Paper types Colors Perforation
3 January 1919 2.830.700 Smooth white or yellowish paper
  • pink
  • carmine
  • lilac red
11½
2 March 1919 10.385.000 Rough thin paper
  • lilac pink
  • bright carmine
  • scarlet
  • brick red
  • dark red
  • burgundy
11½

Print plates

Schematic drawing, 10 vinar, lithography, possible press sheet layout
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:

Typology based on sun rays

Unlike other denominations printed in lithography, the 10 vinar stamp has only one type of sun rays.

Constant varieties

Field Sheets
I Red circle between zero and man's left shoulder Red circle between zero and man’s left shoulder 2 Complete sheets of 50 stamps (10 x 5).
Sheets with varieties I-IV:

Sheets without varieties:

II White dot between letters X and C in CXC White dot between letters X and C in CXC 31
III Red circle in zero Red circle in zero 36
IV Zero in denomination damaged (white dot on the inner side) Zero in denomination damaged (white dot on the inner side) 49

 

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