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Europe/Other : Need help with these Belgian issues.

 

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Martin
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18 Aug 2013
10:14:50pm
Can someone please identify these for me, I cant find most of these in the SG simplified.
And are they of any value to anyone ?Image Not Found

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snowy12
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19 Aug 2013
01:13:46am

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re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

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The first 3 rows are railway and parcel stamps,not sure about the last row.
Brian

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19 Aug 2013
02:31:56am
re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

The bottom row are regular definitives with the bottom tabs removed. Without the tabs, they are worth about a penny.

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jillcrow

19 Aug 2013
03:07:42am
re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

These are all listed in SG Simplified.
Your first 2 rows are Railway Parcels Stamps, listed after the normal postage stamps, and prefixed with a P. They start in 1923, with some of yours listed later in 1940, when some colour changes occurred.
The first 2 stamps on the 3rd line are under the heading Parcel Post Stamps, issued in 1929 and listed with the prefix B.
The last 2 stamps on the 3rd line are listed under the heading Railway Parcels Stamps, 1934 with the prefix P.
The first 4 stamps on the bottom line are found in the normal listing as issued in 1893.
The 1 cent orange is SG133 (1912), and the 1 cent grey is SG68 (1884).

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bamra1

19 Aug 2013
04:53:06am
re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

However the 1c orange bears a nice roller precancel of Mouscron/Moescroen for 1913. Certainly not the commonest precancel going.

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19 Aug 2013
08:07:35am
re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

Not going to get rich off those, Martin, but they will look nice in your album.

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Martin

18 Aug 2013
10:14:50pm

Can someone please identify these for me, I cant find most of these in the SG simplified.
And are they of any value to anyone ?Image Not Found

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19 Aug 2013
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re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

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The first 3 rows are railway and parcel stamps,not sure about the last row.
Brian

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19 Aug 2013
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re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

The bottom row are regular definitives with the bottom tabs removed. Without the tabs, they are worth about a penny.

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jillcrow

19 Aug 2013
03:07:42am

re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

These are all listed in SG Simplified.
Your first 2 rows are Railway Parcels Stamps, listed after the normal postage stamps, and prefixed with a P. They start in 1923, with some of yours listed later in 1940, when some colour changes occurred.
The first 2 stamps on the 3rd line are under the heading Parcel Post Stamps, issued in 1929 and listed with the prefix B.
The last 2 stamps on the 3rd line are listed under the heading Railway Parcels Stamps, 1934 with the prefix P.
The first 4 stamps on the bottom line are found in the normal listing as issued in 1893.
The 1 cent orange is SG133 (1912), and the 1 cent grey is SG68 (1884).

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bamra1

19 Aug 2013
04:53:06am

re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

However the 1c orange bears a nice roller precancel of Mouscron/Moescroen for 1913. Certainly not the commonest precancel going.

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19 Aug 2013
08:07:35am

re: Need help with these Belgian issues.

Not going to get rich off those, Martin, but they will look nice in your album.

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