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Europe/Other : (French) CILICIA updated scans

 

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rrraphy
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13 Sep 2022
01:19:17am
It has been a few years since I wrote about CILICIA, in the context of the French Mandate territories in the Middle East write up I did in the discussion board. (link): https://stamporama.com/discboard/disc_ma ...
I also posted the pages from my collection. I have made significant progress in this difficult area, and I am just a handful of stamps away from completion of the basic collection. Steiner has updated his pages for Cilicia and now provides additional pages with all the variations, such as perforation, double o/p, inverted o/p etc... This is helpful for the specialist. I have began to collect the perforation variations all identified by Scott numbers, but will stop there.
I have updated my scans (actually just photos, but I will replace them with better scans at a later date), and since this is a difficult area, I hope the scans will serve to help members here identify the stamps if they need to. There are many mistakes in the identification of early Turkey stamps in most Auction sites, and the Cilicia are with additional o/p on these Turkish stamps.

The following scans are for the basic stamps (no perf variations, although perforations are noted). Just the Turkish Cilicia stamps are shown, while the Cilicia French stamps are not. Back of the book is also omitted. I recently completed the Postage Due pages, so I will not rescan them. here is a link if you are interested. (link): https://stamporama.com/discboard/disc_ma ...
The new scans help fill in a number of the missing voids of the original write up, and I have also included (where I has extra stamps) the missing Turkish stamps with a yellow sticker. This will help you id your stamps, as I already mentioned that correct identification is tricky.

rrr...


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14 Sep 2022
08:32:07am
re: (French) CILICIA updated scans

interesting contribute.

Again, I learned something here.

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rrraphy

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13 Sep 2022
01:19:17am

It has been a few years since I wrote about CILICIA, in the context of the French Mandate territories in the Middle East write up I did in the discussion board. (link): https://stamporama.com/discboard/disc_ma ...
I also posted the pages from my collection. I have made significant progress in this difficult area, and I am just a handful of stamps away from completion of the basic collection. Steiner has updated his pages for Cilicia and now provides additional pages with all the variations, such as perforation, double o/p, inverted o/p etc... This is helpful for the specialist. I have began to collect the perforation variations all identified by Scott numbers, but will stop there.
I have updated my scans (actually just photos, but I will replace them with better scans at a later date), and since this is a difficult area, I hope the scans will serve to help members here identify the stamps if they need to. There are many mistakes in the identification of early Turkey stamps in most Auction sites, and the Cilicia are with additional o/p on these Turkish stamps.

The following scans are for the basic stamps (no perf variations, although perforations are noted). Just the Turkish Cilicia stamps are shown, while the Cilicia French stamps are not. Back of the book is also omitted. I recently completed the Postage Due pages, so I will not rescan them. here is a link if you are interested. (link): https://stamporama.com/discboard/disc_ma ...
The new scans help fill in a number of the missing voids of the original write up, and I have also included (where I has extra stamps) the missing Turkish stamps with a yellow sticker. This will help you id your stamps, as I already mentioned that correct identification is tricky.

rrr...


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14 Sep 2022
08:32:07am

re: (French) CILICIA updated scans

interesting contribute.

Again, I learned something here.

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