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cdj1122
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27 May 2013
09:40:48pm
Would someone with a recent Scott's Catalog look up and advise me which sport this number stamp is;
GB # 2928 2012 Olympic Sports
Thanks,
Charlie
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khj
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27 May 2013
10:56:03pm
re: GB #2928

I have neither 2012 nor 2013 Scott.

Linn's 19Dec2011 edition lists GB#2928 as issue on 15Sep2011 and describes it as simply "gymnastics".

Hope that's helpful. Hopefully someone with a recent Scott can either confirm or give more detailed description.

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cdj1122
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28 May 2013
01:10:15am
re: GB #2928

Thanks Kim, "Gymnastics" is close enough.

Charlie

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cocollectibles
28 May 2013
07:25:00am
re: GB #2928

Scott 2012 only goes up to GB 2865.

Cheers,
Peter

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06 Jun 2013
01:22:22am
re: GB #2928

Thanks, Guys.

One of our sellers had put up a bunch of the Summer London Olympics issues some time ago , postally used. As the lots I won were being processed for mailing a small, but definite tear was noticed in the stamp so it was not included and a note was, saying that as soon as a good replacement could be found it would be replaced.
That was fine by me, and some time passed, long enough for me to have forgotten about what was essentially a $0.40 or so item, at most. Then last week the seller found the note and could not remember either, if he had sent it so he asked if I had received it. (Thinking that the note should have been thrown away long ago ). However, I had no idea what it was beyond the Scott Number, which was useless to me as, first off I am not big on catalog numbers and I use Gibbons anyway

Thus, with the description "Gymnastics" I was able to look at the set and see if there was a Gymnastics stamp in the set or a space.
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