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United States/BOB & Other : Got lucky on a Philippines lot

 

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This is my diabetic cat OBI! I think, therefore I am - I think! Descartes, sort of!

20 Mar 2020
12:45:09pm
If I see lots of early Philippines, Puerto Rico, Cuba, etc. I tend to bid if the price is fair. Usually the stamps are offered without numbers since the stamps really are difficult to identify. I'm usually happy if I end up with 10% that I don't have. I got really lucky with a lot of 10 early US Philippines stamps I bought from Talmadge lately - 7 out of the 10 were stamps I didn't have. I'm very happy with that and just felt like passing it on. Has anyone else had that kind of luck with that type of lot? I usually do nowhere near that well!!
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This is my diabetic cat OBI! I think, therefore I am - I think! Descartes, sort of!
20 Mar 2020
12:45:09pm

If I see lots of early Philippines, Puerto Rico, Cuba, etc. I tend to bid if the price is fair. Usually the stamps are offered without numbers since the stamps really are difficult to identify. I'm usually happy if I end up with 10% that I don't have. I got really lucky with a lot of 10 early US Philippines stamps I bought from Talmadge lately - 7 out of the 10 were stamps I didn't have. I'm very happy with that and just felt like passing it on. Has anyone else had that kind of luck with that type of lot? I usually do nowhere near that well!!

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