Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 128  -  CP. A1p (1)   -  Scott. 42

The SG.128, CP. A1p (1), Scott 42, Unused. This stamp printed in 1871 by Davies. The 1d Reddish brown, this was a change of colour from the 1d Carmine and Vermillion. This variety is printed on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12.5. 
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 128  -  CP. A1p (1)   -  Scott. 42

The SG.128, CP. A1p (1), Scott 42. This stamp printed in 1871 by Davies. The 1d Reddish brown, this was a change of colour from the 1d Carmine and Vermillion. This variety is printed on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12.5. This stamp has the “OTAGO” No. 5 single obliterator.
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 128  -  CP. A1p (1)   -  Scott. 42

  The SG.128, CP. A1p (1), Scott 42. This stamp printed in 1871 by Davies. The 1d Reddish brown, this was a change of colour from the 1d Carmine and Vermillion. This variety is printed  on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12.5. This stamp has the “AUCKLAND” No. 2 duplex obliterator.
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 128  -  CP. A1p (1)   -  Scott. 42

The SG.128, CP. A1p (1), Scott 42. This stamp printed in 1871 by Davies. The 1d Reddish brown, this was a change of colour from the 1d Carmine and Vermillion. This variety is printed on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12.5. This stamp has a diagonal line of colour in the “E” as shown. I believe this can be plated as Row 5, No. 10 based on the doubling of the eyes.              
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 128  -  CP. A1p (1)   -  Scott. 42

The SG.128, CP. A1p (1), Scott 42. This stamp printed in 1871 by Davies. The 1d Reddish brown, this was a change of colour from the 1d Carmine and Vermillion. This variety is printed on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12.5.

This stamp has a diagonal line series of lines radiating out on the chest below the necklace. Stamp also has a large imperf margin to the left.                  
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 128  -  CP. A1p (2)   -  Scott. 42

The SG.128, CP. A1p (2), Scott 42. This stamp printed in 1871 by Davies. The 1d Brown, this was a change of colour from the 1d Carmine and Vermillion. This variety is printed on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12.5. This stamp has a number
of errors as shown broken line on “N”, dots of colour in A&L and value tab errors on E’s.   Broken brown frame line under the “A”.   

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 128  -  CP. A1p (2)   -  Scott. 42

The SG.128, CP. A1p (2), Scott 42. This stamp printed in 1871 by Davies. The 1d Brown, this was a change of colour from the 1d Carmine and Vermillion. This variety is printed on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12.5. This stamp has a number of errors as shown dots in the margin outside the frame line, and a vertical line running the full height of the stamp as can be seen running through the “N” and “D” of Zealand. 

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 128  -  CP. A1p (2)   -  Scott. 42

The SG.128, CP. A1p (2), Scott 42. This stamp printed in 1871 by Davies. The 1d Brown, this was a change of colour from the 1d Carmine and Vermillion. This variety is printed on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12.5. This stamp has a number of errors white patch at the front of the “N” and “E” and horizontal line on “E”. Bottom of the value tab is broken. This stamp has the Auckland No.3 single cancellation.      
    

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 128a  -  CP. A1p (Y)   -  Scott. 42

The SG.128a CP. A1p (Y), Scott 42var. Printed in 1871 by Davies the 1d Brown, was a change of colour from the 1d Carmine and Vermillion to Brown. This variety is printed on the large star watermarked paper and has irregular compound perforations (10 and 12.5). This stamp has the Auckland No.4 duplex cancellation.
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 130  -  CP. A2r   -  Scott. 43

The SG.130, CP. A2r, Scott 43, 2d Orange-vermillion, this being a colour change from the previous printings of the 2d Blue. This variety is printed by Davies on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12 1/2. This has the Waiuku datestamp postmark, the post office was opened 9/10/1855.

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 130  -  CP. A2r   -  Scott. 43

  
The SG.130, CP. A2r, Scott 43, 2d Orange-vermillion, this being a colour change from the previous printings of the 2d Blue. This variety is printed by Davies on the large star watermarked paper  and perforated 10 x 12 1/2. This has the Auckland AK1 Duplex Obliterator cancellation.
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 130  -  CP. A2r   -  Scott. 43

  The SG.130, CP. A2r, Scott 43, 2d Orange-vermillion, this being a colour change from the previous printings of the 2d Blue. This variety is printed by Davies on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12 1/2.



This stamp can be plated based on the damage
Lower Left, the nose blur and the blot of orange
at the bottom of the “N” of Zealand. Row 19, No. 11.
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 130  -  CP. A2r   -  Scott. 43

The SG.130, CP. A2r, Scott 43, 2d Orange-vermillion, this being a colour change from the previous printings of the 2d Blue. This variety is printed by Davies on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12 1/2.
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 130  -  CP. A2r   -  Scott. 43

The SG.130, CP. A2r, Scott 43, 2d Orange-vermillion, this being a colour change from the previous printings of the 2d Blue. This variety is printed by Davies on the large star watermarked paper  and perforated 10 x 12 1/2. This has the Wellington 1A Duplex Obliterator cancellation. The 1 of Wellington was damaged and caused this marking.
  
  
Bottom frame corner, and ornament boxes over Inked.
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 130  -  CP. A2r   -  Scott. 43

The SG.130, CP. A2r, Scott 43, 2d Orange-vermillion, this being a colour change from the previous printings of the 2d Blue. This variety is printed by Davies on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12 1/2. This has the Otago 8 Duplex Obliterator cancellation.
  
                                                                                                 This stamp shows a vertical
                                                                                                 line on the Queen’s forehead.
  
  
  

Davies New Colours - 1871 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 130  -  CP. A2r   -  Scott. 43

  
The SG.130, CP. A2r, Scott 43, 2d Orange-vermillion, this being a colour change from the previous printings of the 2d Blue. This variety is printed by Davies on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12 1/2. This has the Thames No. 4 Duplex Obliterator  cancellation used in the Thames Office.
                                                                         


                                                                                            This stamp shows a doubling of
                                                                                            the right frame line near the bottom.

Davies New Colours - 1871-72 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 131c  -  CP. A5j ( Z )  -  Scott. 44

The SG.131c, CP. A5j (Z), Scott 44, 6d Deep Blue, this being a colour change from the previous printings of the 6d Brown. This variety was printed by Davies on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12 1/2. This stamp is the irregular compound perf variety with one side only being perf 10.
  

Davies New Colours - 1871-72 Perforation "10 x 12.5"
SG. 131c  -  CP. A5j ( Z )  -  Scott. 44

The SG.131c, CP. A5j (Z), Scott 44, 6d Deep Blue, this being a colour change from the previous printings of the 6d Brown. This variety was printed by Davies on the large star watermarked paper and perforated 10 x 12 1/2. This being a provisional imperforate single, this is not catalogued in Campbell Paterson or other publications.