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Canada/Covers & Postmarks : Discussion of Canadian Klussendorfs

 

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BobbyBarnhart
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08 Apr 2014
05:44:49am
On April 7,2014, Rhinelander wrote:

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The Canadian Klussendorf cancels used to be pretty popular in the 1980s. Not sure about the interest today. I have a fair collection of these but still lack a decent number, including many of the more modern ones and of the slogans. I'd also love to add to my inverts. I have a good number of extras. Trade?

Also, anyone aware of a valuation guide for these canels?

Arno"



On April 7, 2014, Philatarium responded:

"Arno: Would you be willing to post some examples? I must admit this is the first time I've heard of them, and always want to know more.

-- Dave"



on April 8, 2014, Jozep responded:

"Dave, Go to this link for a complete explanation and examples:
Joe C"

        http://postalhistorycorner.blogspot.com/2013/06/klussendorf-machine-cancellations.html



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08 Apr 2014
10:02:41am
re: Discussion of Canadian Klussendorfs

Fascinating. There are scant few examples of German-style cancels being used in the US.

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Revstampman

08 Apr 2014
01:39:18pm
re: Discussion of Canadian Klussendorfs

I just cut up some of those 2 weeks ago to get them ready for soaking. Don't remember if German or Canadian though. I'll have to see if I still have some more. Sad

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hutton99

12 May 2014
10:01:47pm
re: Discussion of Canadian Klussendorfs

I have a lot of duplicates because I bought the bulk of Alan Steinhart's and Robert Meek's Klussendorf collections years ago.

I got started on Klussendorfs in the late 1980s due to Alan and have self-published a book on them called "The Canadian Klussendorf Cancellations".

Unfortunately I am working in Myanmar at present so can't send you any until I get back. I have a number of slogans, inverts, error dates, the defaced Quebec cancels and some modern towns for sale or trade. I even have one Klussendorf with an inverted date!

A couple of towns are going to be really difficult to find. I believe I own the only "Langley BC" but "Abbotsford BC" is rare and the "Sherbrooke PQ" slogan is very rare.

It is interesting there are no German-style cancels in the US because IPS has been making the town hubs for the Canadian Klussendorf machines since the early 1990s.

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They who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety. -Benjamin Franklin
08 Apr 2014
05:44:49am

On April 7,2014, Rhinelander wrote:

"
The Canadian Klussendorf cancels used to be pretty popular in the 1980s. Not sure about the interest today. I have a fair collection of these but still lack a decent number, including many of the more modern ones and of the slogans. I'd also love to add to my inverts. I have a good number of extras. Trade?

Also, anyone aware of a valuation guide for these canels?

Arno"



On April 7, 2014, Philatarium responded:

"Arno: Would you be willing to post some examples? I must admit this is the first time I've heard of them, and always want to know more.

-- Dave"



on April 8, 2014, Jozep responded:

"Dave, Go to this link for a complete explanation and examples:
Joe C"

        http://postalhistorycorner.blogspot.com/2013/06/klussendorf-machine-cancellations.html



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smauggie

08 Apr 2014
10:02:41am

re: Discussion of Canadian Klussendorfs

Fascinating. There are scant few examples of German-style cancels being used in the US.

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Revstampman

08 Apr 2014
01:39:18pm

re: Discussion of Canadian Klussendorfs

I just cut up some of those 2 weeks ago to get them ready for soaking. Don't remember if German or Canadian though. I'll have to see if I still have some more. Sad

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hutton99

12 May 2014
10:01:47pm

re: Discussion of Canadian Klussendorfs

I have a lot of duplicates because I bought the bulk of Alan Steinhart's and Robert Meek's Klussendorf collections years ago.

I got started on Klussendorfs in the late 1980s due to Alan and have self-published a book on them called "The Canadian Klussendorf Cancellations".

Unfortunately I am working in Myanmar at present so can't send you any until I get back. I have a number of slogans, inverts, error dates, the defaced Quebec cancels and some modern towns for sale or trade. I even have one Klussendorf with an inverted date!

A couple of towns are going to be really difficult to find. I believe I own the only "Langley BC" but "Abbotsford BC" is rare and the "Sherbrooke PQ" slogan is very rare.

It is interesting there are no German-style cancels in the US because IPS has been making the town hubs for the Canadian Klussendorf machines since the early 1990s.

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