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100,000 overprints on Scott 183
Recently an E Bay seller, Stampseller 84, from Russia has been offering a continued supply of the 10 ...
10/6/2017 at 09:03
by: cec71
shifts
Or beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. That's great for dating but not for assessing value or de ...
3/31/2017 at 09:10
by: cec71
Shifted background- how do we define?
Have never figured out when a slight or insignificant mis-registration becomes a catalogable "shift ...
3/30/2017 at 13:05
by: cec71
100-70 forgery claiification
I superimposed the forged 100-7- above the genuine 100-70 pair on the pane of 25 to highlight the di ...
3/11/2017 at 22:06
by: cec71
E Bay forgery
This forgery recently was sold on E Bay. I have compared it to a genuine 100-70 R pair. It was re ...
3/10/2017 at 15:05
by: cec71
Lenin Mourning
Reference located with your help. thanks....:
2/6/2017 at 08:52
by: cec71
Follow up Lenin Mourning
Thank you for the reply.

The article referenced was entitled -Counterfeits of the Lenin Mournin ...
2/5/2017 at 12:20
by: cec71
Lenin Mourning Issue-article reference needed
I have an article by Rimma Sklarevski titled Lenin Mourning Issue of 1924, pages 34-37. It appears ...
2/5/2017 at 10:27
by: cec71
125-126 reference
see scan
12/23/2016 at 09:38
by: cec71
Answer to 125 and 126 Postmark
Here is the answer to my question on PM 125 and 126. From article in Post Rider, #56, June 2005. Se ...
12/22/2016 at 16:03
by: cec71
Circular postmarks with 125 and 126 at top
Occasionally one sees Imperial stamps with 125 and 126 at the top. They appear to be CTO

Can any ...
12/12/2016 at 17:13
by: cec71
Yellow varnish lines
There was an excellent article either in Rossica or the Post Rider on varnish lines. Unable to find ...
11/16/2016 at 11:22
by: cec71
Harrow perfs
Have attached a scan a an article from the Post Rider to assist in the differentiation. Also Rev T ...
11/16/2016 at 11:09
by: cec71
article follow up
Thank you. This reply reinforces our collective strength.
5/31/2016 at 07:41
by: cec71
Genuine and forgeries of the 2nd BNR B-B (White Russia)
Possibly 10 years ago or beyond an article appeared in Rossica detailing the genuine and forged stam ...
5/29/2016 at 21:58
by: cec71
Flyspecker 166-Size Matters, Scott 81. Additional information
Rossica, Spring 2016 contained an article on size matters discussing the 15K, Scott 81.

The autho ...
5/1/2016 at 12:36
by: cec71
Another postmark identity assistance ???Finland
This postmark by the last 3 letters FIN appears to be of Finish origin. If so what city? If not, a ...
4/27/2016 at 10:34
by: cec71
Postmark identity help
Thank you....
4/24/2016 at 14:26
by: cec71
Postmark identity help
Scanned is a postmark I cannot identify. Can anyone assist me? thanks

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4/24/2016 at 11:27
by: cec71
Cronin flaw on Scott 183
Having re-examined the 250R stamp for the Cornin flaw I have found 3 examples but only horizontal m ...
3/22/2016 at 16:35
by: cec71
A Study of White russian Forgeries by Aldon C. Johnson
Recently a meticulous, comprehensive , seven page Study of Forgeries of White Russia was offered on ...
1/22/2016 at 10:32
by: cec71
!5K, typographed, no watermark. Classification??
Scanned is 15K, typographed, unwatermarked, lightly cancelled issue. One can see a clear prominent, ...
12/16/2015 at 22:55
by: cec71
Cronin flaw
This "flaw" is certainly very difficult to define. Does it really exist? Except for the clearly pr ...
8/3/2015 at 17:10
by: cec71
Cronin flaw revived
RSFSR, thank you. After 359 posts I had given up hope of ever receiving a reply. I had noted a des ...
8/1/2015 at 11:09
by: cec71
Cronin flaw on Scott 183
Gedflow describes in his monograph on stamps of the RSFSR the 250R stamp, Scott 183, with the Cronin ...
5/6/2015 at 06:58
by: cec71
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