"SIX" only occupied three letters, the words of value were more centred.
According to Ken Scudder, the distinguishing features of the 4 types are:
- Break in frame below "P" of "PENCE".
- Right leg of the 2nd "N" of "QUEENSLAND" tends to be curved and short.
- Downstroke of the "P" of "PENCE" is straight and its base rounded.
- Centre bar of the lst "E" of "PENCE" is short, and the lengths of the top and bottom bars of the 2nd "E" are
- nearly equal..
- Curved line of the lower left spandrel does not join the vertical frame line.
- Curved line of both lower spandrels are not joined to the lower frame lines.
- In the right side ornament, the "reversed S" is undamaged
- Curved lines of both lower spandrels are not joined to the lower frame lines.
- Curved line of the upper left spandrel joins the horizontal line above.
- Base of the downstroke of the "P" of "PENCE" is cut square.
- Top frame of the top left spandrel is broken above "U" of "QUEENSLAND".
- Blob of colour in front of the point of the bust.
- Break in the thin coloured vertical frame line at top right corner.
- Horizontal frame line below the lower right spandrel joins the oval.
- Top of the "S" of "SIX" is small and the opening very narrow.
- No break in the left vertical frame line at the lower corner.
- Foot of the "P" of "PENCE" is cut away at an acute angle.
- Nick in the lower frame almost under the "S" of "SIX".
- Curved line of the lower right spandrel joins the horizontal line below.
I have shown the most prominent characteristics in the block of 4 below
Type 1, Type 2
Type 3, Type 4