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Oceania/Other : Samoa #6c & #7d

 

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07 Oct 2019
02:57:17pm

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I'd love to get an opinion as to whether these are forgeries or not. Thank youImage Not Found

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Dialysis, damned if you do...dead if you don't

07 Oct 2019
06:07:55pm
re: Samoa #6c & #7d

Note that in addition to forgeries there are reprints and remainders (remainders are perf 11¾). https://www.filatelia.fi/forgeries/samoachecklist.html
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michael78651

07 Oct 2019
08:50:37pm
re: Samoa #6c & #7d

If you want people to take a look at a stamp to see if it is possibly a forgery/counterfeit, etc. you have to provide a large picture of the stamp. Something like that makes it really difficult to look at the small details that often determine the fake from the original.

As it is, these may be reprints. I can't tell for sure, because of the small images. See the Scott catalog for information on those.

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I'd love to get an opinion as to whether these are forgeries or not. Thank youImage Not Found

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07 Oct 2019
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re: Samoa #6c & #7d

Note that in addition to forgeries there are reprints and remainders (remainders are perf 11¾). https://www.filatelia.fi/forgeries/samoachecklist.html
Don

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"Current Score... Don 1 - Cancer 0"

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michael78651

07 Oct 2019
08:50:37pm

re: Samoa #6c & #7d

If you want people to take a look at a stamp to see if it is possibly a forgery/counterfeit, etc. you have to provide a large picture of the stamp. Something like that makes it really difficult to look at the small details that often determine the fake from the original.

As it is, these may be reprints. I can't tell for sure, because of the small images. See the Scott catalog for information on those.

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