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General Philatelic/Identify This? : Estonia: B.O.B.?

 

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stampbaby
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18 Apr 2019
11:42:25pm

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These 3 are not listed in Scott Catalogue for Estonia. Any identification Image Not Foundinfo. would be appreciated.

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19 Apr 2019
12:01:05am
re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

They are Occupation Semi-Postal stamps from 1941. Scott NB1-NB3.

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19 Apr 2019
12:54:53pm
re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

Stanley Gibbons lists these as normal (Estonia, German Occupation, 6-11 - it is a set of six). Around twenty years ago a local dealer had an imperforate set but, alas, I could not afford it in those days and have not seen them since. There are also overprints 'EESTI POST' which are genuinely B.O.B. (i.e. locals and not in standard catalogues) but I have never seen them either.

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nigelc
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19 Apr 2019
05:38:58pm
re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

Hi Guthrum,

I have two of these values imperf and also by chance a 7x7 block of the 15pf brown imperf.

I picked up the block of 49 from a dealer at the London stamp fair on the Embankment many, many years ago.

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19 Apr 2019
08:34:01pm
re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

Below is a complete perforated set of the occupation stamps being discussed.
There are also two of the imperf stamps (20+20 and 30+30) of the set.
Below them is another set of German occupation stamps from the second World War.
The earlier set is quite common and has a low catalog value. The second set is
more scarce and I just recently obtained these at auction for around $20.

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19 Apr 2019
09:57:48pm
re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

You can collect two versions of each of these sets.

For the first set of three: thick paper with brownish gum / ordinary paper with white gum.

For the second set of six: matt white gum / shiny, mostly brownish gum.


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stampbaby

18 Apr 2019
11:42:25pm

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These 3 are not listed in Scott Catalogue for Estonia. Any identification Image Not Foundinfo. would be appreciated.

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sgm

19 Apr 2019
12:01:05am

re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

They are Occupation Semi-Postal stamps from 1941. Scott NB1-NB3.

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19 Apr 2019
12:54:53pm

re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

Stanley Gibbons lists these as normal (Estonia, German Occupation, 6-11 - it is a set of six). Around twenty years ago a local dealer had an imperforate set but, alas, I could not afford it in those days and have not seen them since. There are also overprints 'EESTI POST' which are genuinely B.O.B. (i.e. locals and not in standard catalogues) but I have never seen them either.

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nigelc

19 Apr 2019
05:38:58pm

re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

Hi Guthrum,

I have two of these values imperf and also by chance a 7x7 block of the 15pf brown imperf.

I picked up the block of 49 from a dealer at the London stamp fair on the Embankment many, many years ago.

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19 Apr 2019
08:34:01pm

re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

Below is a complete perforated set of the occupation stamps being discussed.
There are also two of the imperf stamps (20+20 and 30+30) of the set.
Below them is another set of German occupation stamps from the second World War.
The earlier set is quite common and has a low catalog value. The second set is
more scarce and I just recently obtained these at auction for around $20.

Image Not Found

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nigelc

19 Apr 2019
09:57:48pm

re: Estonia: B.O.B.?

You can collect two versions of each of these sets.

For the first set of three: thick paper with brownish gum / ordinary paper with white gum.

For the second set of six: matt white gum / shiny, mostly brownish gum.


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