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General Philatelic/Identify This? : Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

 

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rrraphy
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06 Oct 2016
06:35:57pm
I am stumped! Please help! Thanks in advance.
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michael78651

06 Oct 2016
07:44:19pm
re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

It's a revenue from Japan.

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06 Oct 2016
07:52:37pm
re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

Thanks Michael.
Any idea what vintage? late 1800s or ?
Here is another one, possibly also revenue...Thanks.
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michael78651

06 Oct 2016
08:07:59pm
re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

The first one I would put in the very early 20th Century.

The second stamp is also a revenue. I'd put it in the 1870s.

For Japan, I compared the postage stamps design with the revenue stamps design. They are very similar overall. That doesn't mean that I'm right, but I'm probably at least close. I recently went through a bunch of Japanese revenues, so it is somewhat still fresh on my demented mind.

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seanpashby
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07 Oct 2016
12:08:34am
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http://www.isjp.org/static/files/pdfs/Japanese%20Revenues.pdf

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dollhaus

07 Oct 2016
09:46:21am
re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

@ seanpashby

I don't know anything about the Anker Neilsen who put together that file on Japanese Revenues, but he must really be dedicated to his subject. That is an awesome piece of work.

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07 Oct 2016
02:56:29pm
re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

Going through an old accumulation of Japanese stamps which I hope to put in an Approval Book in the near future, and there are a handful of Revenue and Telegraph stamps, vintage late 1800s early 1900s would be my guess, that I have no interest in. I could list them, but since this is fairly specialized, for anyone interested in Japan, I would gladly scan them. You can then decide if they are worth anything to you.


The above resources are awesome! Thanks a lot for your help.

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06 Oct 2016
06:35:57pm

I am stumped! Please help! Thanks in advance.
rrr...

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michael78651

06 Oct 2016
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re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

It's a revenue from Japan.

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rrraphy

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06 Oct 2016
07:52:37pm

re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

Thanks Michael.
Any idea what vintage? late 1800s or ?
Here is another one, possibly also revenue...Thanks.
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michael78651

06 Oct 2016
08:07:59pm

re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

The first one I would put in the very early 20th Century.

The second stamp is also a revenue. I'd put it in the 1870s.

For Japan, I compared the postage stamps design with the revenue stamps design. They are very similar overall. That doesn't mean that I'm right, but I'm probably at least close. I recently went through a bunch of Japanese revenues, so it is somewhat still fresh on my demented mind.

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seanpashby

07 Oct 2016
12:08:34am

re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

http://www.isjp.org/static/files/pdfs/Japanese%20Revenues.pdf

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dollhaus

07 Oct 2016
09:46:21am

re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

@ seanpashby

I don't know anything about the Anker Neilsen who put together that file on Japanese Revenues, but he must really be dedicated to his subject. That is an awesome piece of work.

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rrraphy

Retired Consultant APS#186030
07 Oct 2016
02:56:29pm

re: Please help me id this Japan (?) stamp.

Going through an old accumulation of Japanese stamps which I hope to put in an Approval Book in the near future, and there are a handful of Revenue and Telegraph stamps, vintage late 1800s early 1900s would be my guess, that I have no interest in. I could list them, but since this is fairly specialized, for anyone interested in Japan, I would gladly scan them. You can then decide if they are worth anything to you.


The above resources are awesome! Thanks a lot for your help.

rrr...

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