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Fill in the missing stamps!!!
Let us suppose the crooked stamp dealer has a stock of 10,000 mint issues. He sells 1000 of these th ...
12/27/2005 at 23:05
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Fill in the missing stamps!!!
The basic stamp was a typograph printing. You can see the raised design on the back of mint issues. ...
12/26/2005 at 23:50
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
No more forgeries?
Yes, enlighten us, expand our horizons, please.
12/10/2005 at 21:49
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Tatarstan gave birth first real "Russian locals"
Your English is fine!
If and when you obtain such a cover, would you share it with us?
I am sure ...
12/6/2005 at 20:05
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Tatarstan gave birth first real "Russian locals"
Is there any information concerning the U.P.U. recognizing Tatarstan's status on these for internati ...
12/5/2005 at 23:29
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
"Once you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth."
Venets, you can click on this link to find Dr. R.J. Ceresa's email
address:

http://www.rossica.o ...
11/29/2005 at 19:44
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Forgery or Not?
Soaking a stamp in water isn't the only way to remove it
from the cover.

High humidity, lighter ...
11/29/2005 at 12:13
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Forgery or Not?
Bill,
If the ink is water soluable (a thinner, more fluid ink), would you be inclined to say that ...
11/26/2005 at 22:13
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Postmark question
Thanks Gary! My Tridents appriciate it as well.
11/25/2005 at 23:55
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Forgery or Not?
A couple of thoughts and questions.

As Venets said earlier, the overprint appears under the postm ...
11/25/2005 at 23:42
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Zero?
Thoughts? Comments?
11/25/2005 at 10:15
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Not a one
11/25/2005 at 10:14
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Forgery or Not?
IMHO, I believe the year will come out as "07".

I also think there is enough postmark to even get ...
11/24/2005 at 08:39
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Minkus 1969
Digging out some older catalogs I found the following footnote in the Minkus New 1969 World Wide Sta ...
11/24/2005 at 08:06
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Postmark question
Shown below is a Kharkov substation "3" postmark. It is the clearest of the three on the envelope. O ...
11/23/2005 at 20:34
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
No more forgeries?
Igor!

Please feel free to post any of the above forgeries to the forgery section. I personally wo ...
11/23/2005 at 19:50
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Forgery or Not?
My first questions would be:
Why would the Foriegn Office need to overprint stamps locally, especia ...
11/23/2005 at 00:23
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
No more forgeries?
I guess I'm the only one in this Society that ever questions a stamp's legitamacy.

Not one postin ...
11/22/2005 at 23:29
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Everyone loves a price list
For those of you that can't read Russian, Rossica once upon a time offered stamp price lists like th ...
11/22/2005 at 22:48
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Merry Christmas
Dog lovers will especially enjoy this Holiday greeting.


http://www.jacquielawson.com/viewcard. ...
12/14/2004 at 22:41
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Nikolaevsk 4 kop.
Also look at the "A" 's right leg. Looks to me like it is too wide.
12/3/2004 at 21:26
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Nikolaevsk 4 kop.
That we need more examples, Please? :hop
12/3/2004 at 21:23
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Another donated image.......
This is the back of the 20k/5Rub overprint. I think this is an extreme example of the oily residue, ...
12/3/2004 at 08:24
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
Nikolaevsk revealed? HUH? Ya, right......
Alas these remain a mystery.:(
12/2/2004 at 23:39
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
If you want to buy the Nikolaevsk stamps....
Neither are accurate scans of the colour, my fault. I'll redo the stamp when it returns from being e ...
12/2/2004 at 23:37
by: MICHAEL MACKENZIE
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