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General Philatelic/Identify This? : What are these ?

 

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philb
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20 Feb 2024
11:49:39pm

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My wife asked me to post these...she got them at our club auction in a glassine marked "errors". I think they might be "printers waste." Thanks for any help.Image Not Found

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21 Feb 2024
10:38:36am

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i agree with Jopie: printer's waste. that sounds like garbage, but they are quite collectible.

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21 Feb 2024
02:01:36pm
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Propably "NEUDRUCKE" = "REPRINTS" of General Franco stamps from 1939.

I have seen an item at an auction. The owner wanted 80 euros for the serie. (See photo)
He claims that these stamps are mentioned in a catalog called EDIFIL.

Do not know anything about it but wanted to show it here.

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21 Feb 2024
02:10:37pm
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Here another example of those stamps on an internet action.

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I believe that "NUEVO SIN" is spanish for REPRINT.

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21 Feb 2024
02:19:15pm

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Hockeynut, thanks for the info . phil

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21 Feb 2024
03:59:42pm
re: What are these ?

'SIN DENTAR' translates as "without perforation". 'NUEVO SIN CHARNELA' translates as "new, without hinge'.

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21 Feb 2024
08:42:58pm

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SIN DENTAR = Imperforated

NUEVO SIN CHARNELA = MNH (Mint Never Hinged)

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philb

20 Feb 2024
11:49:39pm

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My wife asked me to post these...she got them at our club auction in a glassine marked "errors". I think they might be "printers waste." Thanks for any help.Image Not Found

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21 Feb 2024
10:38:36am

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re: What are these ?

i agree with Jopie: printer's waste. that sounds like garbage, but they are quite collectible.

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HockeyNut

21 Feb 2024
02:01:36pm

re: What are these ?

Propably "NEUDRUCKE" = "REPRINTS" of General Franco stamps from 1939.

I have seen an item at an auction. The owner wanted 80 euros for the serie. (See photo)
He claims that these stamps are mentioned in a catalog called EDIFIL.

Do not know anything about it but wanted to show it here.

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HockeyNut

21 Feb 2024
02:10:37pm

re: What are these ?

Here another example of those stamps on an internet action.

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I believe that "NUEVO SIN" is spanish for REPRINT.

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philb

21 Feb 2024
02:19:15pm

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Hockeynut, thanks for the info . phil

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Terry

21 Feb 2024
03:59:42pm

re: What are these ?

'SIN DENTAR' translates as "without perforation". 'NUEVO SIN CHARNELA' translates as "new, without hinge'.

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21 Feb 2024
08:42:58pm

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re: What are these ?

SIN DENTAR = Imperforated

NUEVO SIN CHARNELA = MNH (Mint Never Hinged)

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