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Many thanks to Jeff and Dave for initiating a superb project like the virtual exhibits. Its possibil ...
2/3/2008 at 11:19
by: hlovitz
Catalog value
Wrong conclusion, Gary!.... This is a topic of very great interest. A lack of immediate responses ...
1/2/2007 at 19:24
by: hlovitz
No. 1 variety??
Gary,

It probably doesn't need a label, but adjectives do help to describe an item.

I do ...
8/30/2003 at 19:05
by: hlovitz
No. 1 variety??
Using Gary's rationale, if this should not be called rare, is it scarce, is it a hard to find o ...
8/30/2003 at 11:01
by: hlovitz
Scott #8 freak or plate variety?
I have one cancelled # 8 with the same mark and another on an envelope with the mark, from SPb, date ...
8/29/2003 at 20:12
by: hlovitz
Pen and Ink Cancellation on No. 1
I also agree with Old Teddy's conclusion. The market is certainly affected by factors of its o ...
8/29/2003 at 08:32
by: hlovitz
Pen and Ink Cancellation on No. 1
Rusalka and others,

Consider the following ponts:

The decree of Feb 26, 1858, ordered cancella ...
8/28/2003 at 21:25
by: hlovitz
Pen and Ink Cancellation on No. 1
(I hope this posting fits in this forum.)

Why are Pen & Ink cancellations valued less than s ...
8/20/2003 at 20:18
by: hlovitz
No. 1 variety??
Let's start this forum with a no. 1!!

The stamp on the left is cancelled with a two line BRI ...
8/16/2003 at 19:08
by: hlovitz
B7 or B12 or What?
See my previous note. It was reissued on white chalky paper. An analysis of the paper on the middle ...
6/22/2003 at 19:54
by: hlovitz
B7 or B12 or What?
I think that the following exerpt from an article on Semi-Postals in Journal 44 by Sklaverski should ...
6/22/2003 at 10:44
by: hlovitz
B7 or B12 or What?
My collection is from Gregory Salisbury. I have his original book and he noted that B12 "exists ...
6/22/2003 at 09:17
by: hlovitz

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