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Europe/Other : Sweden Definitive Types 1920-1936

 

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15 Sep 2015
12:06:17pm
I am looking for details on the types mentioned in Scott catalog for types A16, A18a and A20. Does anyone have the appropriate Scandanavian catalog to give me a clear understanding, or perhaps pictures of the type differences?
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15 Sep 2015
03:15:57pm
re: Sweden Definitive Types 1920-1936

contact Mark Dyck; he's one of our Scandy specialists, if I recall. He's only on the DB occasionally, so you might want to send an email directly.

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15 Sep 2015
03:18:00pm
re: Sweden Definitive Types 1920-1936

Theresa Young, Mike Fisher, Bob parkin, and Paul Hagen all also come to mind. The first three are active on the DB; Paul only very occasionally.

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15 Sep 2015
05:02:01pm
re: Sweden Definitive Types 1920-1936

I found a good discussion of the lion and posthorn types here:

lion 5 öre
lion 10 öre

posthorn 35 öre
posthorn 40 öre
posthorn 45 öre

Chris

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rjan

15 Sep 2015
12:06:17pm

I am looking for details on the types mentioned in Scott catalog for types A16, A18a and A20. Does anyone have the appropriate Scandanavian catalog to give me a clear understanding, or perhaps pictures of the type differences?

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Editor, Seal News; contributor, JuicyHeads
15 Sep 2015
03:15:57pm

re: Sweden Definitive Types 1920-1936

contact Mark Dyck; he's one of our Scandy specialists, if I recall. He's only on the DB occasionally, so you might want to send an email directly.

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Editor, Seal News; contributor, JuicyHeads
15 Sep 2015
03:18:00pm

re: Sweden Definitive Types 1920-1936

Theresa Young, Mike Fisher, Bob parkin, and Paul Hagen all also come to mind. The first three are active on the DB; Paul only very occasionally.

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thebiggnome

15 Sep 2015
05:02:01pm

re: Sweden Definitive Types 1920-1936

I found a good discussion of the lion and posthorn types here:

lion 5 öre
lion 10 öre

posthorn 35 öre
posthorn 40 öre
posthorn 45 öre

Chris

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