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Europe/Other : Italy Sc. #133a & 134a

 

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27 Jul 2014
07:47:29am

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Actually Scott says the gray one was not issued. A MH copy of it 2011 Sc.cv. is $72.50 . What about a vert. part imperf. pr.? Also 134a imperf. single cv. :$40.00. Would imperf. pr. be $80.00?Image Not Found Thinking
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27 Jul 2014
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re: Italy Sc. #133a & 134a

You will probably need a specialized Italian catalog for that information. Scott only mentions the part perforate stamps without any value provided.

As regards the 134a imperf pair, I would say that doubling the single value would probably be correct. With the relatively small margins on early Italian stamps, one would almost have to have an imperf pair to prove that the stamps were imperf, and not trimmed perfs.

The 15c gray is footnoted with a value of $160 for a hinged single in the 2015 Scott catalog.

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27 Jul 2014
06:22:13pm

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Actually Scott says the gray one was not issued. A MH copy of it 2011 Sc.cv. is $72.50 . What about a vert. part imperf. pr.? Also 134a imperf. single cv. :$40.00. Would imperf. pr. be $80.00?Image Not Found Thinking
Hoover Dam! this is exciting & fun! LaughingOld Italy collection in an old Minkus specialty album.Rock On

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27 Jul 2014
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re: Italy Sc. #133a & 134a

You will probably need a specialized Italian catalog for that information. Scott only mentions the part perforate stamps without any value provided.

As regards the 134a imperf pair, I would say that doubling the single value would probably be correct. With the relatively small margins on early Italian stamps, one would almost have to have an imperf pair to prove that the stamps were imperf, and not trimmed perfs.

The 15c gray is footnoted with a value of $160 for a hinged single in the 2015 Scott catalog.

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