The LA Act, 1894 with the Marquess of Lansdowne Plate-flaw
Has got 3 known examples with flaw intact, in force even today.
The flaw in the law referred to in the presentation is akin to a plate flaw in philately.
A plate flaw in philately is defined as:
“Damage to or error on, one specific stamp image on one specific printing plate”.
Any number of impressions made with a printing plate with a flaw on a specific stamp image, for example, position 32 in a sheet of 10x10 ups, will show the same flaw on the particular position 32 on all sheets.
Likewise, when over 50 countries were under Queen Victoria, LA laws were enacted by different Governor Generals of different countries/territories under the Queen, with almost a common objective. Of those LA laws, the one enacted by the Marquess of Lansdowne in India had a flaw (the flaw referred to in the presentation) which is the absence of a section or rule prescribing for the compulsory registrability of notification u/s 4 (1).
That LA Act 1894, with the plate-flaw intact is in force in
After separation from
So it is 3 impressions from the Lansdowne plate with registrability flaw.
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