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Europe/Other : France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

 

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BobbyBarnhart
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26 Aug 2015
08:05:36pm
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26 Aug 2015
08:32:37pm
re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Thanks for sharing this. I think cinderellas are a fascinating area. It is my impression that even though most had tiny print runs, much smaller than even some of the most scarce stamps, they don't command high prices on the collector market. I suppose that is because every single one was printed to be saved. These are visually striking examples.
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26 Aug 2015
10:08:57pm
re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Not so any longer, Erniejax. I collect cindies and the prices have gone up considerably.

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26 Aug 2015
10:15:39pm
re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Cinderella stamps are the topic under Stamp Market Tips in the new issue (August 31, 2015) of Linns.

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01 Sep 2015
05:49:20pm
re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Nice.

Calling your attention to the first stamp you posted and the figure with the sword dressed in gold...is that supposed to be Joan of Arc or a guy dressed in drag?

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01 Sep 2015
06:03:19pm
re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Thank you Hungaryforstamps!! I was thinking the exact same thing. I was going to ask an "artfully phrased" question to the same effect but reconsidered in light of a recent dust up surrounding a Bruce Jenner comment. It certainly is a funny looking stamp!Laughing

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01 Sep 2015
07:15:50pm
re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

@Hungary...

Since she has the Phrygian cap, I would think it would be Marianne.

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02 Sep 2015
12:33:29pm
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Lewis, I hadn't paid that much attention to Marianne before, but now that I look more closely, "she" looks more like the Skipper.

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05 Sep 2015
10:27:05pm
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Yeah, or maybe the professor after bulking up a bit. I always preferred Marianne but maybe I'll switch to Ginger after this.

Just kidding though. Those are beautiful labels.

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06 Sep 2015
06:22:44pm
re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Hi Everyone;

I have always been fascinated by Cinderellas. Thanks for posting those. The only reason
I don't collect them is the difficulty of identifying them. I don't want collecting stamps to
become a research project requiring a research grant. Just don't have the time.

Runnin' out of time....
TuskenRaider

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06 Sep 2015
10:22:23pm
re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Very nice Cindys. I have accumulated my share over the years in collections and mixed lots. I will bid on them occasionally when they catch my eye but do not really collect them seriously.
Here is a good site for referencing many Cinderellas:
http://www.cinderellas.info/wittcoll/collection.htm



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26 Aug 2015
08:05:36pm

Amazing! Delightful stamps. Thanks, Nelson

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"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. -Edmund Burke"

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TribalErnie

26 Aug 2015
08:32:37pm

re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Thanks for sharing this. I think cinderellas are a fascinating area. It is my impression that even though most had tiny print runs, much smaller than even some of the most scarce stamps, they don't command high prices on the collector market. I suppose that is because every single one was printed to be saved. These are visually striking examples.
-Ernie

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26 Aug 2015
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re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Not so any longer, Erniejax. I collect cindies and the prices have gone up considerably.

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26 Aug 2015
10:15:39pm

re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Cinderella stamps are the topic under Stamp Market Tips in the new issue (August 31, 2015) of Linns.

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01 Sep 2015
05:49:20pm

re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Nice.

Calling your attention to the first stamp you posted and the figure with the sword dressed in gold...is that supposed to be Joan of Arc or a guy dressed in drag?

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TribalErnie

01 Sep 2015
06:03:19pm

re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Thank you Hungaryforstamps!! I was thinking the exact same thing. I was going to ask an "artfully phrased" question to the same effect but reconsidered in light of a recent dust up surrounding a Bruce Jenner comment. It certainly is a funny looking stamp!Laughing

-Ernie

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They who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety. -Benjamin Franklin
01 Sep 2015
07:15:50pm

re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

@Hungary...

Since she has the Phrygian cap, I would think it would be Marianne.

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"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. -Edmund Burke"

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02 Sep 2015
12:33:29pm

re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Lewis, I hadn't paid that much attention to Marianne before, but now that I look more closely, "she" looks more like the Skipper.

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HungaryForStamps

05 Sep 2015
10:27:05pm

re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Yeah, or maybe the professor after bulking up a bit. I always preferred Marianne but maybe I'll switch to Ginger after this.

Just kidding though. Those are beautiful labels.

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TuskenRaider

06 Sep 2015
06:22:44pm

re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Hi Everyone;

I have always been fascinated by Cinderellas. Thanks for posting those. The only reason
I don't collect them is the difficulty of identifying them. I don't want collecting stamps to
become a research project requiring a research grant. Just don't have the time.

Runnin' out of time....
TuskenRaider

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AntoniusRa

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06 Sep 2015
10:22:23pm

re: France - Delandre a Scoundrel & a Cinderella Collectible

Very nice Cindys. I have accumulated my share over the years in collections and mixed lots. I will bid on them occasionally when they catch my eye but do not really collect them seriously.
Here is a good site for referencing many Cinderellas:
http://www.cinderellas.info/wittcoll/collection.htm



(Modified by Moderator on 2015-09-07 06:56:08)

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