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General Philatelic/Identify This? : stamp collector's nightmare

 

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Stampaholic
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01 May 2014
09:25:59am

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Holy cow! India native feudatory states. Bad enough I can't figure them out but the previous owner (German) used Michel catalog w/#'s ,etc. which I can't correlate to Scott.
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01 May 2014
09:35:43am

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re: stamp collector's nightmare

I can send you the relevant Michel pages. Pretty valuable stamps, if they are genuine.

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01 May 2014
10:16:23am

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re: stamp collector's nightmare

Sure! Jan. I'll give it a shot. {stampaholic's email address is available in the Member's area} : thanks.


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15 Dec 2015
02:49:01pm

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re: stamp collector's nightmare

Then there was the Rajah that was 12 inches tall. That make him a ruler? Honest!There's a method to my madness.Winking

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15 Dec 2015
10:54:35pm
re: stamp collector's nightmare

Holy cow is right, but...NIGHTMARE?!!!

If those came into my hands, you'd have to peel me off the ceiling and I wouldn't care what order they were in or what number had been assigned to them!!!

That is one gorgeous page full of stamps!!Thumbs Up

WB

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Redneck75

17 Dec 2015
11:19:45pm
re: stamp collector's nightmare

I just got done looking up all of your stamps. Jammu @ Kashmir
all used prices
#53 53 53 63 105 73 Scott #

$450 $450 $450 7.00 $1.50 $72.50

1869 1869 1869 1866 1883 1866
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#73 #99 #71 #65 "

$72.50 $25.00 $32.50 $6.75

1866 1881 1866 1866
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#64 83a 104 100 84 "

$300.00 $62.50 $3.00 $21.00 $140

1866 1878 1883 1881 1878
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#107 #80 #84 ? ?

$1.50 $16.00 $140.00

1883 1878 1878

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#111 #75 #84 ? ?

$6.00 $25.00 $140.00

1883 1878 1878
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#87 or #95 #84 #06 official #111 #112

$290.00 $140.00 $3.00 $1.50 $7.00
$16.00

1878 or 1879 1878 1880 1893 1883
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#75 #97 #116 04 ?

$25.00 $900.00 $225.00 $100.00

1878 1880 1883 1878
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#105 #101 #111 06 ?

$1.50 $21.00 $6.00 $3.00

1883 1881 1883 1880
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#09 ? ? #09 #013

.65 .65 $7.00

1880 1880 1890
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? #101 #109 #121 ?

$21.00 $3.00 $100.00

1881 1883 1886


Yes there could be mistakes, I'am sure

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Stampme

18 Dec 2015
09:42:06am
re: stamp collector's nightmare

Jansimon mentioned they would be valuable "if genuine." Is there a note in the Michel catalog that these stamps were reprinted or forged?
Bruce

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Redneck75

18 Dec 2015
10:16:08am
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In the Scott's catalogue, It say be very aware!!!!!

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18 Dec 2015
10:25:39am

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Hey! guys! thanks . I spent hours trying to identify them by Scott and the pages Jan sent me. Like I said Exedrin headache #999. Now! they're going bye-bye!

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malcolm197

21 Dec 2015
01:16:17pm
re: stamp collector's nightmare

Much as it is "not done" to mention the antipodeian board - there is a thread on there called "Banging the Drum for the Uglies" which will tell you all you want ( and much of what you don't want) to know about these issues - and the guy who writes it I reckon knows more about these stamps than Scott, Gibbons and Michel combined. I would be more inclined to take his view as gospel ( especially on the smaller states) than any of the major catalogues. My advice is to find the appropriate part of the thread for the state in question and go through it with a fine tooth comb ( yes folks I comb my teeth!).

Malcolm

PS I have no axe to grind here - they all look the same to me !!

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Stampme

01 Jan 2016
11:11:45am
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Malcolm,
I tried to search on antipodeian board and the only listings I found were pages on pharmaceuticals and guinea pigs, among other unrelated topics.

Do you have a link for that one? Seems interesting.

Thanks,
Bruce

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01 Jan 2016
11:56:29am
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Of course, one could always invite TonyMac to check out this thread...

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01 May 2014
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Holy cow! India native feudatory states. Bad enough I can't figure them out but the previous owner (German) used Michel catalog w/#'s ,etc. which I can't correlate to Scott.
Any help would be appreciated.Image Not Found
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01 May 2014
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re: stamp collector's nightmare

I can send you the relevant Michel pages. Pretty valuable stamps, if they are genuine.

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01 May 2014
10:16:23am

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re: stamp collector's nightmare

Sure! Jan. I'll give it a shot. {stampaholic's email address is available in the Member's area} : thanks.


(Modified by Moderator on 2014-05-01 10:21:33)

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15 Dec 2015
02:49:01pm

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re: stamp collector's nightmare

Then there was the Rajah that was 12 inches tall. That make him a ruler? Honest!There's a method to my madness.Winking

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whitebuffalo

15 Dec 2015
10:54:35pm

re: stamp collector's nightmare

Holy cow is right, but...NIGHTMARE?!!!

If those came into my hands, you'd have to peel me off the ceiling and I wouldn't care what order they were in or what number had been assigned to them!!!

That is one gorgeous page full of stamps!!Thumbs Up

WB

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Redneck75

17 Dec 2015
11:19:45pm

re: stamp collector's nightmare

I just got done looking up all of your stamps. Jammu @ Kashmir
all used prices
#53 53 53 63 105 73 Scott #

$450 $450 $450 7.00 $1.50 $72.50

1869 1869 1869 1866 1883 1866
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#73 #99 #71 #65 "

$72.50 $25.00 $32.50 $6.75

1866 1881 1866 1866
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#64 83a 104 100 84 "

$300.00 $62.50 $3.00 $21.00 $140

1866 1878 1883 1881 1878
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#107 #80 #84 ? ?

$1.50 $16.00 $140.00

1883 1878 1878

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#111 #75 #84 ? ?

$6.00 $25.00 $140.00

1883 1878 1878
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#87 or #95 #84 #06 official #111 #112

$290.00 $140.00 $3.00 $1.50 $7.00
$16.00

1878 or 1879 1878 1880 1893 1883
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#75 #97 #116 04 ?

$25.00 $900.00 $225.00 $100.00

1878 1880 1883 1878
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#105 #101 #111 06 ?

$1.50 $21.00 $6.00 $3.00

1883 1881 1883 1880
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#09 ? ? #09 #013

.65 .65 $7.00

1880 1880 1890
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
? #101 #109 #121 ?

$21.00 $3.00 $100.00

1881 1883 1886


Yes there could be mistakes, I'am sure

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Stampme

18 Dec 2015
09:42:06am

re: stamp collector's nightmare

Jansimon mentioned they would be valuable "if genuine." Is there a note in the Michel catalog that these stamps were reprinted or forged?
Bruce

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Redneck75

18 Dec 2015
10:16:08am

re: stamp collector's nightmare

In the Scott's catalogue, It say be very aware!!!!!

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18 Dec 2015
10:25:39am

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re: stamp collector's nightmare

Hey! guys! thanks . I spent hours trying to identify them by Scott and the pages Jan sent me. Like I said Exedrin headache #999. Now! they're going bye-bye!

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malcolm197

21 Dec 2015
01:16:17pm

re: stamp collector's nightmare

Much as it is "not done" to mention the antipodeian board - there is a thread on there called "Banging the Drum for the Uglies" which will tell you all you want ( and much of what you don't want) to know about these issues - and the guy who writes it I reckon knows more about these stamps than Scott, Gibbons and Michel combined. I would be more inclined to take his view as gospel ( especially on the smaller states) than any of the major catalogues. My advice is to find the appropriate part of the thread for the state in question and go through it with a fine tooth comb ( yes folks I comb my teeth!).

Malcolm

PS I have no axe to grind here - they all look the same to me !!

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Stampme

01 Jan 2016
11:11:45am

re: stamp collector's nightmare

Malcolm,
I tried to search on antipodeian board and the only listings I found were pages on pharmaceuticals and guinea pigs, among other unrelated topics.

Do you have a link for that one? Seems interesting.

Thanks,
Bruce

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khj

01 Jan 2016
11:56:29am

re: stamp collector's nightmare

Of course, one could always invite TonyMac to check out this thread...

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