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General Philatelic/Identify This? : Chile airmail identification

 

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Jarka

26 Jan 2024
02:47:45pm
Hi;

The stamp in question is the Chile # 112, A43, the yellow and black 10p showing Errazuriz, overprinted for airmail use. Scott shows that stamp as being overprinted with "Correo Aereo" in the picture above the listing (I believe it is C8), but the description gives the inscription as "Chile Correos". The same inscription, (Chile Correos"), is also listed for the next stamps, C9 to C14, and that also shows a # 112, C14. I believe that the first description given in the catalog may be wrong, a misprint, but would certainly appreciate any/all input on this.

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Terry
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26 Jan 2024
04:10:15pm
re: Chile airmail identification

Jerry... I hope this will help to clarify. The difference is in the terms "Inscription" and "Overprint". The base stamp is Inscribed "Chile Correos" and the Overprint is Correo Aereo". Here is one of the base stamps:

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26 Jan 2024
08:59:31pm
re: Chile airmail identification

The difference between the 1928-1929 airmails and the 1928-1932 airmails is not the inscription, but rather the presence of a watermark in the second set. If the stamp pictured is C8, it should have a blue overprint (the one pictured looks black to me).

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Jarka

27 Jan 2024
09:41:12am
re: Chile airmail identification


Thanks for clearing this up for me fellows, I guess I wasn't reading the catalog description clearly. All's well now!

Jerry

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Jarka

26 Jan 2024
02:47:45pm

Hi;

The stamp in question is the Chile # 112, A43, the yellow and black 10p showing Errazuriz, overprinted for airmail use. Scott shows that stamp as being overprinted with "Correo Aereo" in the picture above the listing (I believe it is C8), but the description gives the inscription as "Chile Correos". The same inscription, (Chile Correos"), is also listed for the next stamps, C9 to C14, and that also shows a # 112, C14. I believe that the first description given in the catalog may be wrong, a misprint, but would certainly appreciate any/all input on this.

ThanImage Not Foundks, Jerry

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Terry

26 Jan 2024
04:10:15pm

re: Chile airmail identification

Jerry... I hope this will help to clarify. The difference is in the terms "Inscription" and "Overprint". The base stamp is Inscribed "Chile Correos" and the Overprint is Correo Aereo". Here is one of the base stamps:

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srolfsmeier

26 Jan 2024
08:59:31pm

re: Chile airmail identification

The difference between the 1928-1929 airmails and the 1928-1932 airmails is not the inscription, but rather the presence of a watermark in the second set. If the stamp pictured is C8, it should have a blue overprint (the one pictured looks black to me).

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"'That's just it,' said the Hemulen in despair. 'It's finished. There isn't a stamp, or an error that I haven't collected. Not one. What shall I do now? ''Nature study!' declares the Hemulen. 'I shall botanize'. "
Jarka

27 Jan 2024
09:41:12am

re: Chile airmail identification


Thanks for clearing this up for me fellows, I guess I wasn't reading the catalog description clearly. All's well now!

Jerry

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