Malta. Definitives. Issued 31 March 1973. A second LM2 value sporting a different design was added to the series on 28 January 1976. The 4m value exists imperforate from two panes of 50 stamps and is also known missing gold from at least five affected panes.
Hong Kong. Completion of SEACOM Telephone Cable Link. Issued 30 March 1967.
St Vincent. Anniversary of First Postage Stamps. Issued 29 March 1971.
Norfolk Island. Butterflies. Issued 28 March 1997. Two sheets of 50 stamps of the 75c design sold by the Norfolk Island Burnt Pine post office were discovered missing gold (country name and value). The error occurred due to several sheets sticking together during the gold printing process.
Swaziland. Centenary of Discovery of Gold. Issued 27 March 1979.
South Africa. South African Tercentenary International Stamp Exhibition (SATISE). Issued 26 March 1952. The two values were first issued 14 March 1952 without ‘SATSIE’ overprint to commemorate the tercentenary of the landing of Johan Anthoniszoon van Riebeeck at what was to become Cape Town.
Great Britain. Fun Fruit & Veg sheetlet. Issued 25 March 2003. A handful of sheetlets exist missing the die-cut perforations making removal of the self-adhesive stamps and stickers a challenge.
Great Britain. Castles definitives. Issued 24 March 1992. The designs were first issued 18 October 1988. The re-designed values of 1992 use optically variable ink for the Queen’s head. Innumerable design/perforation shifts exist for all values. The only major error is missing gold from the £5 Windsor Castle. A sheet of 100 stamps was affected.
Nigeria. World Meteorological Day. Issued 23 March 1967.
Maldive Islands. World Cup Football Championship, England Victory. Issued 22 March 1967. A small number of the 25l design exist missing emerald (the country name, value and inscription).