Updated Jan 18/99
The Wilding-series definitives include 1-6c values with a design from a portrait by Wilding as well as 4 medium values (as I define the series).
The 6 Cameo-design values produced over 35 major varieties, and many more if you include various levels of fluorescent papers.
This series saw the introduction of phosphor tagging to Canadian stamps. It has been dubbed "Winnipeg Tagging" as it was tested in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The 1c, 2, 3c, and 5c values were issued with 2-bar Winnipeg tagging; the 4c value was Winnipeg tagged 1-bar (5 types exist). 4c was the local first class letter rate while 5c was the national first class letter rate during this era.
All low values were printed in panes of 100; 3 of the values appeared in booklets; 2 values appeared in miniature panes; 3 of the values were also issued in coils.
[ This is a "wide" table, by necessity - too many varieties! ]