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General Philatelic/Identify This? : Private Perf 13 Scott 409,please help with a value.

 

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Brando

31 Oct 2018
12:34:06pm
Image Not FoundImage Not FoundImage Not FoundHi,I had this up a couple of months ago to see if anyone knew what it was,well it's back and they don't know either,at least it's not a fake,any info on a value for this would be great,it's not the type of stuff I collect and I'm going to put it on ebay but will wait for your advice about a value,it is perf 13,thanks.Image Not Found

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31 Oct 2018
03:25:33pm

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re: Private Perf 13 Scott 409,please help with a value.

There is a footnote in my 2010 US Specialized that states that some imperforate sheets of nos. 408 and 409 were rouletted with a normal tracing wheel in Kansas City Mo. for use in vending machines. Stated value for authenticated blocks of 4 of 408 is shown at $100 and $200 for a 409 block. of 4


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31 Oct 2018
04:07:17pm
re: Private Perf 13 Scott 409,please help with a value.

Hi webpaper,
It is not a 408v/409v 'Kansas City Roulette', I searched for these for a number of years before finally Bill Weiss (bless his sole) was kind enough to gift me a set of them shown below.
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Hi Brando,
As the cert mentions, they are of 'unknown origin'. The only thing you can do is what you are doing, hold on to it and hope some day something surfaces. The perfs look to my eye to be professionally machine cut and not homemade. You could contact Clark Frazier, he knows more than anyone else about the W/F production and perforations.

Don

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In loving memory of Carol, my wife for 52 years.

31 Oct 2018
07:04:23pm

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re: Private Perf 13 Scott 409,please help with a value.

Thank you for the great pix. I just read the footnote and should have done a bit more research. That is what I love about this site - always new things to learn....

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Brando

31 Oct 2018
12:34:06pm

Image Not FoundImage Not FoundImage Not FoundHi,I had this up a couple of months ago to see if anyone knew what it was,well it's back and they don't know either,at least it's not a fake,any info on a value for this would be great,it's not the type of stuff I collect and I'm going to put it on ebay but will wait for your advice about a value,it is perf 13,thanks.Image Not Found

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In loving memory of Carol, my wife for 52 years.

31 Oct 2018
03:25:33pm

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re: Private Perf 13 Scott 409,please help with a value.

There is a footnote in my 2010 US Specialized that states that some imperforate sheets of nos. 408 and 409 were rouletted with a normal tracing wheel in Kansas City Mo. for use in vending machines. Stated value for authenticated blocks of 4 of 408 is shown at $100 and $200 for a 409 block. of 4


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31 Oct 2018
04:07:17pm

re: Private Perf 13 Scott 409,please help with a value.

Hi webpaper,
It is not a 408v/409v 'Kansas City Roulette', I searched for these for a number of years before finally Bill Weiss (bless his sole) was kind enough to gift me a set of them shown below.
Image Not Found
Image Not Found
Image Not Found
Image Not Found
Image Not Found

Hi Brando,
As the cert mentions, they are of 'unknown origin'. The only thing you can do is what you are doing, hold on to it and hope some day something surfaces. The perfs look to my eye to be professionally machine cut and not homemade. You could contact Clark Frazier, he knows more than anyone else about the W/F production and perforations.

Don

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In loving memory of Carol, my wife for 52 years.

31 Oct 2018
07:04:23pm

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re: Private Perf 13 Scott 409,please help with a value.

Thank you for the great pix. I just read the footnote and should have done a bit more research. That is what I love about this site - always new things to learn....

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