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09 Jun 2012
11:15:20pm
If anyone can help with these three stamps I would appreciate it. I believe that the Anne Frank is a NL1159 but not sure. Still looking for a good website with information on stamps from the Netherlands.

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10 Jun 2012
12:03:05am
re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

in order left to right:

Year / Scott #

1992 / 816
1980 / 598
1985 / 665

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10 Jun 2012
07:53:20am
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10 Jun 2012
12:18:25pm
re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

A good place to find info about year of stamp etc is http://www.postbeeld.com/en/fsc/home/

It is a free stamp catalog site our of the Netherlands

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10 Jun 2012
03:50:34pm
re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

Thanks for the info Lee

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10 Jun 2012
10:31:00pm
re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

Richard,
Those Michel numbers would be 1445, 1159, 1270 and I can see by the way you have them oriented in the scan probably is what caused your confusion. The Anne Frank stamp was the only one of the three that was obvious which way it was supposed to be oriented. The other two would certainly make it hard to find in a catalog, but that's stamp collecting for you. Welcome to SOR and the wonderful world of stamp collecting.

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06:40:45pm
re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

Thanks for the welcome and help.

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09 Jun 2012
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If anyone can help with these three stamps I would appreciate it. I believe that the Anne Frank is a NL1159 but not sure. Still looking for a good website with information on stamps from the Netherlands.

Thanks

Richard BrinkImage Not Found

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10 Jun 2012
12:03:05am

re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

in order left to right:

Year / Scott #

1992 / 816
1980 / 598
1985 / 665

Roy

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10 Jun 2012
07:53:20am

re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

thanks Roy

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10 Jun 2012
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re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

A good place to find info about year of stamp etc is http://www.postbeeld.com/en/fsc/home/

It is a free stamp catalog site our of the Netherlands

Lee

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10 Jun 2012
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re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

Thanks for the info Lee

Richard Brink

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Mike
10 Jun 2012
10:31:00pm

re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

Richard,
Those Michel numbers would be 1445, 1159, 1270 and I can see by the way you have them oriented in the scan probably is what caused your confusion. The Anne Frank stamp was the only one of the three that was obvious which way it was supposed to be oriented. The other two would certainly make it hard to find in a catalog, but that's stamp collecting for you. Welcome to SOR and the wonderful world of stamp collecting.

Mike

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12 Jun 2012
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re: Netherlands: Identifying Anne Frank stamps

Thanks for the welcome and help.

Richard Brink

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