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General Philatelic/Identify This? : Unidentified Italian stamp

 

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forresterd
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07 Dec 2018
12:58:23pm
Image Not FoundSomeone gave me this stamp. I think it was cut from a postcard. I have not been able to locate it in Scott's catalog. Can anyone help me ID this? Value?
Thanks.

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d1stamper
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07 Dec 2018
01:36:46pm

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re: Unidentified Italian stamp

You did not provide a scan of the stamp.

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forresterd
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07 Dec 2018
03:48:21pm
re: Unidentified Italian stamp

Sorry about that. Here's the image. See above.

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07 Dec 2018
04:10:41pm
re: Unidentified Italian stamp

Yes, it is from a postal card. Here is a sample of one (several different cards used this design):

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07 Dec 2018
04:29:25pm
re: Unidentified Italian stamp

Thanks, Roy. Any idea what it's worth? I'm thinking it is not worth very much.
Don

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07 Dec 2018
06:04:00pm
re: Unidentified Italian stamp

I sold this one on Buckacover.com for $1.50

The cut out has no value, in my opinion. Almost no collectors in the world, other than the US, collect "cut squares". I have never found a market for cut squares for any country other than the US.

Roy


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07 Dec 2018
07:25:06pm
re: Unidentified Italian stamp

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Back in the bad old days, stamp collectors figured that they only needed to collect the stampy part of postal stationery.

Today, we gnash our terrible teeth, and roar our terrible roar ... and collect entires.

Cheers,

/s/ ikeyPikey

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forresterd

07 Dec 2018
12:58:23pm

Image Not FoundSomeone gave me this stamp. I think it was cut from a postcard. I have not been able to locate it in Scott's catalog. Can anyone help me ID this? Value?
Thanks.

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d1stamper

07 Dec 2018
01:36:46pm

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re: Unidentified Italian stamp

You did not provide a scan of the stamp.

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forresterd

07 Dec 2018
03:48:21pm

re: Unidentified Italian stamp

Sorry about that. Here's the image. See above.

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BuckaCover.com - 80,000 covers priced 60c to $1.50 - Easy browsing 500 categories
07 Dec 2018
04:10:41pm

re: Unidentified Italian stamp

Yes, it is from a postal card. Here is a sample of one (several different cards used this design):

Image Not Found

Roy

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forresterd

07 Dec 2018
04:29:25pm

re: Unidentified Italian stamp

Thanks, Roy. Any idea what it's worth? I'm thinking it is not worth very much.
Don

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BuckaCover.com - 80,000 covers priced 60c to $1.50 - Easy browsing 500 categories
07 Dec 2018
06:04:00pm

re: Unidentified Italian stamp

I sold this one on Buckacover.com for $1.50

The cut out has no value, in my opinion. Almost no collectors in the world, other than the US, collect "cut squares". I have never found a market for cut squares for any country other than the US.

Roy


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ikeyPikey

07 Dec 2018
07:25:06pm

re: Unidentified Italian stamp

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Back in the bad old days, stamp collectors figured that they only needed to collect the stampy part of postal stationery.

Today, we gnash our terrible teeth, and roar our terrible roar ... and collect entires.

Cheers,

/s/ ikeyPikey

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"I collect stamps today precisely the way I collected stamps when I was ten years old."
        

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