The "Double Hyphen" variety comes in the form of an extra line below the one separating the words "HALF" and "PENNY". It occurs at various positions of the sheet without any significant pattern and is attributed to overinking.
Joined base of “H” on the upper left stamp and thick "C" on the lower right stamp at one of the usual usual positions "PK".
Last letter of the surcharge faded as one moves to the right.
Joined "HA" variety
Reversed "NN" in "PENNY"
The stamp shows the "NALF-PENNY" variety which is not constant. However, it has been recorded at various positions within the sheet and it is possibly caused by excessive ink, making the "H" looking like an "N".
The stamp shows the letter ”R” of “CYPRUS” broken with a line going across it from the left side in the middle diagonally downwards close to the right foot of the letter.
Joined "NN" and letters to the right variety. The line starting from the first “N”, thinning out to “Y” and fading to the left of the letter.