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General Philatelic/Identify This? : Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

 

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bigcreekdad
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07 Dec 2022
10:51:25am

This stamp was in a collection I won at auction. On the surface it appears Unused. However, there appears to be a small three line indentation of some kind.....see rear pic.....just lower left of hinge mark.

Any ideas what this might represent....if anything?

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

07 Dec 2022
11:43:45am
re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

If you check the catalog for #1 it is supposed to have a mesh, it just doesn't say exactly what it is supposed to look like. No mesh would make it #15A. The other difference is the colour brown violet (1) and violet brown (15A) and the first is darker. There is also #16 which is reddish brown, only known mint, no mesh, and lists for several thousands of dollars. Good luck!

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07 Dec 2022
12:15:39pm
re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

might just feed it to my dog

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07 Dec 2022
02:43:43pm
re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

Poor dog

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07 Dec 2022
02:50:06pm
re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

You obviously don't have a flat coat retriever. Eats everything.

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07 Dec 2022
05:41:39pm
re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

Appears to be No 1. Measurements 22x22.5 as described. My dog will have to wait.

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07 Dec 2022
06:40:52pm
re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

I don't have a dog, only a very spoiled diabetic cat. He's very fussy about what he eats, has to have gravy, so the stamp wouldn't appeal to him!!

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joesm

07 Dec 2022
08:26:09pm
re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

Good luck! I don’t see anything disconcerting.

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bigcreekdad

07 Dec 2022
10:51:25am


This stamp was in a collection I won at auction. On the surface it appears Unused. However, there appears to be a small three line indentation of some kind.....see rear pic.....just lower left of hinge mark.

Any ideas what this might represent....if anything?

Thanks









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This is my diabetic cat OBI! I think, therefore I am - I think! Descartes, sort of!
07 Dec 2022
11:43:45am

re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

If you check the catalog for #1 it is supposed to have a mesh, it just doesn't say exactly what it is supposed to look like. No mesh would make it #15A. The other difference is the colour brown violet (1) and violet brown (15A) and the first is darker. There is also #16 which is reddish brown, only known mint, no mesh, and lists for several thousands of dollars. Good luck!

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"Some people see things that are and ask, Why? Some people dream of things that never were and ask, Why not? Some people have to go to work and don't have time for all that. George Carlin"
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bigcreekdad

07 Dec 2022
12:15:39pm

re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

might just feed it to my dog

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1898

07 Dec 2022
02:43:43pm

re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

Poor dog

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07 Dec 2022
02:50:06pm

re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

You obviously don't have a flat coat retriever. Eats everything.

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07 Dec 2022
05:41:39pm

re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

Appears to be No 1. Measurements 22x22.5 as described. My dog will have to wait.

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This is my diabetic cat OBI! I think, therefore I am - I think! Descartes, sort of!
07 Dec 2022
06:40:52pm

re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

I don't have a dog, only a very spoiled diabetic cat. He's very fussy about what he eats, has to have gravy, so the stamp wouldn't appeal to him!!

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"Some people see things that are and ask, Why? Some people dream of things that never were and ask, Why not? Some people have to go to work and don't have time for all that. George Carlin"
joesm

07 Dec 2022
08:26:09pm

re: Early Newfoundland Stamp...very small grill? Need some opinions

Good luck! I don’t see anything disconcerting.

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