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Russia #1 - Offset Center
It does look like offset variety of Russia #1. "Center Offset" on Russia #1 it is a listed variety. ...
2/27/2012 at 02:59
by: GregMirsky
POSTAL RATES OF USSR
What period of the USSR you need rates for?
2/24/2012 at 16:00
by: GregMirsky
fiscals catalogues
I am assuming you know about Forbin Catalog. It was last published in 1915, but still a good referen ...
1/24/2012 at 15:26
by: GregMirsky
Acquired collection from past Rossica member
Dear Stamps101,

If you looking for help with identification or literature that helps you to ident ...
1/22/2012 at 12:38
by: GregMirsky
handwriting
It is definitely sent to Boris Vasilievich Zvorykin (as it is written on cover).
Now, to be ...
9/14/2011 at 19:25
by: GregMirsky
Imperial bonds or stocks
This is a Russian WWI (1916) Military Bond.
Value of this bond (based on image you posted) is 100 ...
8/19/2011 at 17:42
by: GregMirsky
OMSK 1923 - OTDEL JIVOY SVYAZI - BRANCH of LIVE CONNECTION
It is so called courier delivery service - Фельд&a ...
7/11/2011 at 13:51
by: GregMirsky
Levant 1909/10 issue. Background shifted.
This is devinitely significant background shift and it is a variety. No questions. It cannot be an E ...
7/10/2011 at 15:23
by: GregMirsky
Scott #60 with inverted background - naive question
I don't remember such publicaitons either, but may be none of the authors considered it important de ...
6/8/2011 at 00:33
by: GregMirsky
Scott #60 with inverted background - naive question
Ed,

I still believe that all these elements were printed in "one pass".
Regarding "wrong pla ...
6/7/2011 at 09:43
by: GregMirsky
New variety?
Dear jrmemo1,

I would like to publish this information with appropriate credits in next edition ...
6/6/2011 at 14:42
by: GregMirsky
Scott #60 with inverted background - naive question
I always thought that all background elements were printed "in one pass", so if rhomboid dot pattern ...
5/31/2011 at 22:51
by: GregMirsky
Russian Catalog
See links below where you can buy it.

http://cgi.ebay.com/V-Lyapin-Stamps-Catalogue-2009-Russia-C ...
3/8/2011 at 13:41
by: GregMirsky
Russian Catalog
Liapin catalog IS a copyrighted book as majority of similar publications. I don't think it is ...
3/7/2011 at 11:33
by: GregMirsky
IDENTIFICATION HELP
Please take a look at this stamp in front of some light source (lamp).

1. If you see horizontal l ...
2/21/2011 at 23:37
by: GregMirsky
5 R worker ,Scott 293, type II
This is interesting question. I spent quite a bit of time trying to figure it out on 5 Rub stamp. ...
2/20/2011 at 20:54
by: GregMirsky
Pin / Sewing machine perforated stamp
Please post picture.
2/19/2011 at 14:06
by: GregMirsky
Rossica 49/50-scanned issue with missing figures
I checked this article (English and Russian editions of #49-50) and did not find any references to f ...
2/19/2011 at 02:42
by: GregMirsky
Scott #596
There are also special cancellations made during actual Pushkin Exhibit of 1937 (February 2- May 3, ...
2/19/2011 at 02:22
by: GregMirsky
Scott #596
I am assuming this is a cancel in question. It is not very scarce. There is number of them around. T ...
2/19/2011 at 02:14
by: GregMirsky
Uzbek Rep - XXV: Scott 1429-1434 - reprint question.
Oldteddy,

Glad it helped. Regarding 1 Rub... I have couple used ones from different sources (no C ...
7/2/2010 at 14:54
by: GregMirsky
Uzbek Rep - XXV: Scott 1429-1434 - reprint question.
2 rub (Scott #1434)

First Print (left stamp) - [b]Light[/b] lilac brown - see color of ...
7/2/2010 at 10:13
by: GregMirsky
Uzbek Rep - XXV: Scott 1429-1434 - reprint question.
1 rub (Scott #1433)

First print (left stamp) - [b]Dark[/b] green
Second print (right stam ...
7/2/2010 at 10:09
by: GregMirsky
Uzbek Rep - XXV: Scott 1429-1434 - reprint question.
40 kop (Scott #1431)

First print (left stamp) - 3 story building above car has roof line a ...
7/2/2010 at 10:07
by: GregMirsky
Uzbek Rep - XXV: Scott 1429-1434 - reprint question.
Oldteddy,

See illustrations below:

20 kop (Scott #1429)-

First print (left stamp) - light ...
7/2/2010 at 10:03
by: GregMirsky
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