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:: Just For Fun

Can you tell the difference between stamps that are worth a "pretty penny" from those that are only worth a few pence?

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Just for fun

Just for fun, we have put together a few examples of stamp "varieties" that can lead to high pricing valuations.

These examples are particularly "visual" in nature and come from a Modern QEII collection that we have recently been selling for a client.

Not all collections will have this type of material, known as “varieties”, or even individual high value "normal" stamps – however, because stamp collecting has many, many different facets and areas for collecting it can be enjoyed at a general or at a very specialised level.

Many apperceive the cast Tag Heuer, which has breitling replica some arising collectible examples. The added abnormal and colorful, the added absorption they get. This includes the Monaco model, although these models accept rolex replica already acquired abundant cachet to be on the top ancillary in agreement of amount if they accept accustomed able affliction and storage. Other brands with abeyant for beginning collectors are Ulysee-Nardin, Universal Geneve and Longines if in excellent condition, all of replica rolex which are featured in Haines book Vintage Wristwatches.
Have a look at the these examples and see if you can determine what it is that makes one stamp more valuable to a specialist collector than another one :

1:) What makes one of these blocks of 6 stamps approx 250 times more valuable than a similar one? Take a look

2:) What makes one of these machine dispensed booklets almost 40 times more valuable than a similar one ... And yet its name is "Old Spot Pig"? Take a look

3:) What makes a pleasant & seemingly normal Xmas stamp almost 1000 times more valuable than a similar one? Take a look

4:) What makes the stamp at the bottom left of this “block of 6” more attractive to some collectors than the other 5? Take a look

5:) What makes one of these booklets up to 6 times more valuable to a collector than a similar one – when there are NO differences in the stamps themselves! Take a look

6:) What makes a simple 1970’s stamp nearly 750 times more valuable than a similar one? Take a look

 

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