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partsguy
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31 Dec 2020
11:24:56pm
This "Z" is a control mark, similar to the control numbers found on other Spanish stamps. Spanish Morocco stamps in the late 40's had this "Z", but those issued in the early 50's had numbers.
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Harvey

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01 Jan 2021
03:17:24pm
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I see this type of thing on E-Bay all the time - whenever there is a mark of any kind on the back the seller calls it a signed stamp and sells it as though the stamp was authenticated. As far as I'm concerned it isn't authenticated unless it has a certificate. One seller offered to write a note himself to send with the stamp to prove it is authentic! Do they really think we are that stupid?

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Collecting King George VI from all countries, and King Edward VII and King George V from the West Indies.

02 Jan 2021
09:46:32am
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It really bothers me that collectors feel the need to brand their stamps and then expect people to want them. As a dealer, I find a lot of them in collections and mark them down accordingly. Marks of any kind do not enhance the value of a stamp - unless it is an expertiser's mark with a certificate. All others are just damaging the stamps.

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29 Aug 2021
09:27:25am
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" ... Do they really think we are that stupid? ..."

Answer' yes they do and their belief is verified every day
when some one puts good money on the barrelhead for some
hyper-inflated junk.

------—> This way to the Egress >—————>

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pigdoc

29 Aug 2021
12:52:43pm
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Dealers marking tree.
Like rude dog, marking with pee.
Thus stained, not for thee.

-Paul

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Harvey

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29 Aug 2021
02:12:01pm
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I must be the odd one out, but marks on the back of a stamp don't really bother me. Signing a stamp on the front would be different. And even then, some of the old stamps with signature post marks add to the history of the stamp. Writing back then was often quite elegant!

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partsguy

31 Dec 2020
11:24:56pm

This "Z" is a control mark, similar to the control numbers found on other Spanish stamps. Spanish Morocco stamps in the late 40's had this "Z", but those issued in the early 50's had numbers.

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Harvey

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01 Jan 2021
03:17:24pm

re: Owners mark or ?

I see this type of thing on E-Bay all the time - whenever there is a mark of any kind on the back the seller calls it a signed stamp and sells it as though the stamp was authenticated. As far as I'm concerned it isn't authenticated unless it has a certificate. One seller offered to write a note himself to send with the stamp to prove it is authentic! Do they really think we are that stupid?

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"Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good, too. Yogiism"

Collecting King George VI from all countries, and King Edward VII and King George V from the West Indies.
02 Jan 2021
09:46:32am

re: Owners mark or ?

It really bothers me that collectors feel the need to brand their stamps and then expect people to want them. As a dealer, I find a lot of them in collections and mark them down accordingly. Marks of any kind do not enhance the value of a stamp - unless it is an expertiser's mark with a certificate. All others are just damaging the stamps.

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"Learn more about King George VI stamps at www.KGVIStamps.com"

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Silence in the face of adversity is the father of complicity and collusion, the first cousins of conspiracy..
29 Aug 2021
09:27:25am

re: Owners mark or ?

" ... Do they really think we are that stupid? ..."

Answer' yes they do and their belief is verified every day
when some one puts good money on the barrelhead for some
hyper-inflated junk.

------—> This way to the Egress >—————>

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".... You may think you understood what you thought I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you think you heard is not what I thought I meant. .... "
pigdoc

29 Aug 2021
12:52:43pm

re: Owners mark or ?

Dealers marking tree.
Like rude dog, marking with pee.
Thus stained, not for thee.

-Paul

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Harvey

I think, therefore I am - I think!

29 Aug 2021
02:12:01pm

re: Owners mark or ?

I must be the odd one out, but marks on the back of a stamp don't really bother me. Signing a stamp on the front would be different. And even then, some of the old stamps with signature post marks add to the history of the stamp. Writing back then was often quite elegant!

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