Small second "N" in "PENNY" Variety
The short “N” in “PENNY” is characterized by the second “N” being shorter than the first as illustrated above.
An illustration of the sheet showing the positions were the small second “N” in “PENNY” variety occurs. In this instance the varieties are not all positioned symmetrically across the sheet. The majority of them are which seems to point out that although the operation must have occurred in two separate strikes. Inking problems may have caused the flaw occurring at other positions.