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Very interesting item. Just a few comments:

1: There were many money transfer forms (a.k.a. MONEY ...
4/27/2010 at 20:46
by: oldteddy
More on 8-kop overprints
Thanks, Greg
12/2/2009 at 14:03
by: oldteddy
More on 8-kop overprints
According to specialized (Russian in particular) catalogs 8-kop overprints on postage-due stamps of ...
12/2/2009 at 07:58
by: oldteddy
Scott-2010 prices
Does anybody follow Scott prices? In particular C53-57 set (1934 Airships). In Scott-2009 it was $1, ...
11/26/2009 at 12:05
by: oldteddy
8-kop overprint on Scott #334
Zagorskiy 181-182 are on Gold Standard stamps (Soldiers). As for Scott - footnote after 350 deals wi ...
11/19/2009 at 19:22
by: oldteddy
8-kop overprint on Scott #334
This stamp has overprint with a 2 mm (1.8 mm to be precise) distance between lines. As I understand ...
11/18/2009 at 21:42
by: oldteddy
239 - is it or is it not?
Please note that it has the same other "specs" - a dot on the base of "2", a small light spec betwee ...
9/15/2009 at 09:40
by: oldteddy
Parcel card question
Got it. Thanks again.

One more question - an imprecise one: how common is this type of cards? Le ...
9/7/2009 at 08:02
by: oldteddy
Parcel card question
Thank you, Alep.

What the numbers before the year (2) and (1) mean - number of cards? And "Moscow ...
9/6/2009 at 14:39
by: oldteddy
Some statistics would help
Gary, if it's not too much to ask, could you make a list of "my" type of card you have (not "your" v ...
9/6/2009 at 05:27
by: oldteddy
What color?
Thank you, Gary.

No, there is no need to post any more of them. Just tell me what paper they are ...
9/6/2009 at 04:57
by: oldteddy
Parcel card question
Anybody has - or saw - this kind of parcel card: без ц&# ...
9/5/2009 at 15:42
by: oldteddy
Scott #186 half-gummed - how could it happen?
Shown below is a stamp with only half of back gummed. How could it happen? Is it common? Known for o ...
3/12/2009 at 21:05
by: oldteddy
To the students of social philately
Thank you, stamplover - interesting information.

I just have a couple of formal corrections: not ...
3/10/2009 at 12:07
by: oldteddy
Scott #187 proof - how to identify it.
Ged;

MY stamps also look very close to their actual color on MY monitor. Are they all proofs?
3/5/2009 at 23:01
by: oldteddy
Scott #187 proof - how to identify it.
Is there any other way to tell #187 (and #187a) issued stamp from its proof other than color? And co ...
3/4/2009 at 06:10
by: oldteddy
Scott #122 - different paper?
Is it possible to get more information about that catalog? Like title, publisher, price, may be a se ...
2/28/2009 at 20:47
by: oldteddy
To the students of social philately
Anybody knows anything about this institution?





2/28/2009 at 06:36
by: oldteddy
Scott #122 - different paper?
Two stamps are shown on the scan below - a "normal" 4-kop and one that appears on much thinner trans ...
2/27/2009 at 22:16
by: oldteddy
Revolutionary overprints - postally used?
Thanks, Alexander, the part about two periods of postal usage is new to me. And how common - or scar ...
12/15/2008 at 17:23
by: oldteddy
Logic of it excapes me
So that seller made those nice overprints covering blocks of four stamps then separated the stamps a ...
12/15/2008 at 15:29
by: oldteddy
Revolutionary overprints - postally used?
Large red so-called "revolutionary" overprints are well known. Were the stamps with those overprints ...
12/14/2008 at 21:01
by: oldteddy
Central Telegraph plate varieties
Soloviebv catalog lists TWO plate varieties for Scott #436 (with WM "carpet") - he calls them "Moon" ...
11/19/2008 at 22:20
by: oldteddy
Better something than nothing.
Greg;

Thank you for your advice. Yes, I understand that scanner distorts colors, and, yes, I know ...
11/10/2008 at 19:23
by: oldteddy
Color samples wanted
Russian catalogs (Soloviev and Standard-Collection in particular) list postage-due stamps on 1924 (o ...
11/10/2008 at 17:53
by: oldteddy
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