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Africa/All : Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

 

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kajones
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13 Nov 2016
01:49:28pm
Is this a 22a or a 131a?
How do you tell the difference.

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sheepshanks
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13 Nov 2016
02:08:13pm
re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

This issue from 1938 is listed in Sg as having 6 variations.
131 black and red-brown perf 13 and a 1/4. 2/5/38.
131a, perf 13 1/4 x 13-3/4 Black and chocolate brown 1942.
131ab retouched value tablet.
131ac Black and deep chocolate brown 1946.
131ad Ditto, retouched tablet.
131ae Black and red-brown 26/9/51

I'm not sure where you are getting the 22a from?

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13 Nov 2016
02:10:14pm
re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

a) Catalogue numbers are meaningless without reference to which catalogue, however since you are from the USA, I will presume you mean Scott.

b) and if that is the case, I think there must be some confusion regarding the catalog itself.

This stamp is listed under "Kenya, Uganda & Tanzania" in Scott volume 4. It is either #66 or 66a depending on the perforation.

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13 Nov 2016
02:52:05pm
re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

Actually I was looking at a stamp on stamp world for the 22a

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Winedrinker
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13 Nov 2016
11:56:02pm
re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

Scott 66 ... 13 x 13.5 perf
Scott 66a ... 13 perf
Scott 66b ... "A" of "CA" watermark omitted.

Cheers,
Eric

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jillcrow

14 Nov 2016
06:42:28am
re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

StampWorld.com uses its own numbering system, not related to either Scott or Stanley Gibbons. I think you asked about this on another posting.

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14 Nov 2016
12:32:58pm
re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

"... StampWorld.com uses its own numbering system ..."



Precisely why I prefer www.colnect.com, which lists Michel, Yvert, etc ... but not Scott.

To give credit where credit is due, when necessary I first use StampWorld to find the year of issue ...

Cheers,

/s/ ikeyPikey

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14 Nov 2016
12:56:36pm
re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

I just ordered books on disc, so I am looking forward to having better resources.

Hope they are what I am looking for.

Thanks for all of you help.

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kajones

13 Nov 2016
01:49:28pm

Is this a 22a or a 131a?
How do you tell the difference.

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sheepshanks

13 Nov 2016
02:08:13pm

re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

This issue from 1938 is listed in Sg as having 6 variations.
131 black and red-brown perf 13 and a 1/4. 2/5/38.
131a, perf 13 1/4 x 13-3/4 Black and chocolate brown 1942.
131ab retouched value tablet.
131ac Black and deep chocolate brown 1946.
131ad Ditto, retouched tablet.
131ae Black and red-brown 26/9/51

I'm not sure where you are getting the 22a from?

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13 Nov 2016
02:10:14pm

re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

a) Catalogue numbers are meaningless without reference to which catalogue, however since you are from the USA, I will presume you mean Scott.

b) and if that is the case, I think there must be some confusion regarding the catalog itself.

This stamp is listed under "Kenya, Uganda & Tanzania" in Scott volume 4. It is either #66 or 66a depending on the perforation.

Roy


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kajones

13 Nov 2016
02:52:05pm

re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

Actually I was looking at a stamp on stamp world for the 22a

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Winedrinker

13 Nov 2016
11:56:02pm

re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

Scott 66 ... 13 x 13.5 perf
Scott 66a ... 13 perf
Scott 66b ... "A" of "CA" watermark omitted.

Cheers,
Eric

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jillcrow

14 Nov 2016
06:42:28am

re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

StampWorld.com uses its own numbering system, not related to either Scott or Stanley Gibbons. I think you asked about this on another posting.

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ikeyPikey

14 Nov 2016
12:32:58pm

re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

"... StampWorld.com uses its own numbering system ..."



Precisely why I prefer www.colnect.com, which lists Michel, Yvert, etc ... but not Scott.

To give credit where credit is due, when necessary I first use StampWorld to find the year of issue ...

Cheers,

/s/ ikeyPikey

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kajones

14 Nov 2016
12:56:36pm

re: Kenya,Uganda and Tanganyika

I just ordered books on disc, so I am looking forward to having better resources.

Hope they are what I am looking for.

Thanks for all of you help.

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