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Europe/Other : Austria revenue? Need ID help!

 

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27 Sep 2013
10:08:51am
Michael, yes, it appears to be revenue from Austria, circa 1875. I found the auction below which shows several values. They are perf'ed, I am guessing that they either came both perf'ed or imperf'ed or that yours is a copy with perfs. trimmed.

http://www.delcampe.net/page/item/id,189292401,var,943u-Stempelmarken-Ausgabe-1875-Lot,language,G.html

I tried to make this as a direct link but the program would not let me do it so you will need to do a 'cut & paste'.

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27 Sep 2013
11:06:05am
re: Austria revenue? Need ID help!

This is a cut and paste from another stamp chat.... It is not my response
But it may shed some light on the subject, in addition to Mikes' fine response

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That's a revenue stamp from Austria.
The border says "Kais. Koen. Oest. Stempelmarke", abbreviation for "Kaiserlich-Königlich Österreichische Stempelmarke". Which translates to "Imperial-Royal Austrian revenue stamp".

It's not in my Austria Netto catalog, though"

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27 Sep 2013
01:45:45pm
re: Austria revenue? Need ID help!

This stamp with perforations is listed in Forbin in a long 1875 set.

Forbin uses the term "millésime" for the date (1875) on the stamp which is a usage I don't remember seeing before. I'm much more used to millésimes being the year indicators "1" (for 1901) etc. in French gutters.

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27 Sep 2013
09:12:31pm

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re: Austria revenue? Need ID help!

Hi All
I came across these two 5Kr and 10Kr one imperf (looks trimmed to me)and the 10kr is perfed.
Both have the same date 1875.
I only have an old copy of Barefoot's Commonwealth which does not help.
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27 Sep 2013
10:08:51am

Michael, yes, it appears to be revenue from Austria, circa 1875. I found the auction below which shows several values. They are perf'ed, I am guessing that they either came both perf'ed or imperf'ed or that yours is a copy with perfs. trimmed.

http://www.delcampe.net/page/item/id,189292401,var,943u-Stempelmarken-Ausgabe-1875-Lot,language,G.html

I tried to make this as a direct link but the program would not let me do it so you will need to do a 'cut & paste'.

Mike in NC / meostamps

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27 Sep 2013
11:06:05am

re: Austria revenue? Need ID help!

This is a cut and paste from another stamp chat.... It is not my response
But it may shed some light on the subject, in addition to Mikes' fine response

"
That's a revenue stamp from Austria.
The border says "Kais. Koen. Oest. Stempelmarke", abbreviation for "Kaiserlich-Königlich Österreichische Stempelmarke". Which translates to "Imperial-Royal Austrian revenue stamp".

It's not in my Austria Netto catalog, though"

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nigelc

27 Sep 2013
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re: Austria revenue? Need ID help!

This stamp with perforations is listed in Forbin in a long 1875 set.

Forbin uses the term "millésime" for the date (1875) on the stamp which is a usage I don't remember seeing before. I'm much more used to millésimes being the year indicators "1" (for 1901) etc. in French gutters.

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27 Sep 2013
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re: Austria revenue? Need ID help!

Hi All
I came across these two 5Kr and 10Kr one imperf (looks trimmed to me)and the 10kr is perfed.
Both have the same date 1875.
I only have an old copy of Barefoot's Commonwealth which does not help.
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Brian

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