This Early Series number was assigned twice. First came a PPP chamberstick, which continued until 1934 and briefly saw the introduction of shape numbering and the Remued name, before ceasing production. At some point after 1934 the number was re-assigned to a different Remued shape
These two are the only numbered examples yet recorded.
A single Early Series 148 candlestick shape is recorded marked Remued 25 but appears to just be a mistake.
Trudy Viles, from trove.nla.gov.au
Two ads from late 1932 - before shape-numbering or the Remued name were introduced.
Left; part of an ad by Zimpel's store in the 'West Australian' newspaper. Both shape variants are depicted. The same ad shows other PPP shapes too.
Right; from 'Table Talk' magazine, Melbourne. (For a Primrose base stamp see Early Series 66.)