It must be many years since there has been a report of anything 'miscut'. At one time machine-vended booklets were found miscut, with the vertical columns of stamps transposed, and occasional folded booklets were found with the rows of stamps transposed. Now we can report a miscut counter sheet.
Most stamps sold at Post Office counters are in sheets of 25, but NVI values are distributed in guttered sheets of 50, two panes of 25. These guttered sheets have the cylinder number, grid position, and sheet number and printing date against the lower pane.
Thanks to a reader we can now show a sheet of 1st class Large stamps, printed on 02/04/13 with all these details against the upper pane. We understand that a number of these sheets exist, but we do not have stock.
Bristol undated packet cancels during WW II - During WW II a number of undated packet cancels were used - here are a couple of examples from 1942. The bottom item is an invoice for 30 ft of armoured de...