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rtvstamps
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My Philatelic Interests:

Laughing My principal Areas of Collecting are 4:

1).-  Mexico Classics only 1856-1868, specially Maximilian issues  2).- III Reich stamps preferable in mint condition, covers, letters, feldpost and postcards (stoped).3).-  Great Britain 1840...to present 4).- Pengüins preferable in mint condition, FDC's and Postcards.

 

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Penguins: Stamps, singles, Souvenir sheets, sheets, mini-sheets, all MNH and FDC, Máximum cards and Special Presentations

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Like most of the rest of the world, mail in New Zealand did not require prepayment until the mid 19th century.  The New Zealand Gazette gave notice in a proclamation published on January 8, 1851, that on April 1, 1851, prepayment of postage would become ma
rtvstamps · 262 days ago

The first stamp attributed to Guatemala was a fraud perpetrated by a Mr. J. Holland in 1867.  He represented himself as an agent of the government and ordered some 5 centavo stamps from a Boston dealer Samuel Allan Taylor (a.k.a. Don Alberto de Bario), eng
rtvstamps · 286 days ago

The first stamp issued by the then new Republic of Cuba was the 1¢ surcharge on the U. S. Bureau-printed 3¢ purple with the allegorical figure representative of "Cuba," Scott's No. 232.  This surcharge was done in Cuba.  The last U. S. issue for Cuba was t
rtvstamps · 292 days ago

Finland came under Russian control after a short war with Sweden in 1809.  The Russian Czars ruled Finland until 1917. Little is known of early Finnish postal history; however, in 1845 stamped envelopes in 5 and 10 kopeck values were introduced.  After fiv
rtvstamps · 295 days ago

What many well the closest thing to a perfect crime was perpetrated in Great Britain's Stock Exchange Telegraph Office in 1872-1873, and wasn't discovered for 26 years!!!.  The crime involves a Clever Forgery of the then-current One Shilling green, Scott #
rtvstamps · 298 days ago
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