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When ...... broke the board, Aug 23, 2001
Posted by usstamps (152) star on Aug-23-01 at 20:13:02 PDT Auctions

Good night! 

Retiring to the dim corner of the balcony.

Richard

Posted by jim_lawler (295) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:25:07 PDT Auctions

Greetings to you all

"Bump" sorry usstamps@home.com didn't see your feet.

Guess nobody though of a web site for US Post office postcards. So, If someone out there with a Scotts Specailzed can help he I'd be grateful. My copy is to old for these post cards.
 

  • 15¢ America the Beautiful, with Bison/Buffalo
  • 15¢America the Beautiful, Eagle
  • 15¢ America the Beautiful, with ship
  • 20¢ Farm, Winter scene
  • 20¢ Fort McHenry
  • 20¢ GOlden Gate Bridge
  • City College of New York
  • the current 20¢ Lighthouse

    I'm also wondering how many Scott nubmers their are for the 1¢ Kestrel.

    And my last question for tonight: Did I hear a cheer fromt he Balcony?
    I've a written description of a few card that reads "1¢ Green Lincoln, revalued to 2¢" What catalogue number would you guess when you've not seen the card?

    Thanks for your help

    Jim L.

  • Posted by iomoon (467) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:25:58 PDT Auctions

    Posted by does anyone keep all of the interesting information that is posted on the board. Paul, neat post on latvia. Now, if I could only understand what George, Lavar and D2 were writing about. Rosemary, suggest you get picture of cableguy52 before vegemite, the aftermath might not be pretty. This has to qualify as the longest eBay name!!!(0) on Aug-23-01 at approximately 20:26:00 PDT (give or take)

    Posted by jim_lawler (295) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:27:45 PDT Auctions

    Must be time for bed

  • nubmers=numbers
  • Posted by mendelbrot (45) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:30:37 PDT Auctions

    Sorry, forgot to step out  of my soap box.

    Michel   eMail                   US Identification Guide to Classic Stamps
                                  Still under construction, critics and corrections are welcome.

    Posted by jim_lawler (295) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:30:47 PDT Auctions

    What did you say iomoon?

    Posted by antonius-ra (339) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:30:55 PDT Auctions

    Just for fun

    81? Does anybody recognize the experts mark?

    Posted by dbenson (1998) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:35:13 PDT Auctions

    Antonius, I doubt it is an experts mark, just an owners mark,

    D2

    Posted by jim_lawler (295) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:40:05 PDT Auctions

    Good-night to you all I must get some rest for tomorrow.

    Posted by antonius-ra (339) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:30:55 PDT Auctions

    d2 Ok (couldn't ever figure out exactly what it says or find it listed), for those of you that are Scott challenged try 1867 "A" grill......hehehehehe

    Posted by mendelbrot (45) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:30:37 PDT Auctions

    Goodnight

    Posted by iomoon (467) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 20:55:14 PDT Auctions

    Posted by Sorry_Jim L! (0) on Aug-23-01 at approximately 20:55:00 PDT (maybe)
    Gone (maybe).

    Posted by p71vic (4) on Aug-23-01 at 212:00:37 PDT Auctions

    I have a stamp with United States Postage in the upper right corner, a picture of and the name Martha Washington in the middle, and at the bottom right and left corners 1 1/2 and the word "cents" in the middle. Anyone have any idea how old this stamp may be?

    Posted by antonius-ra (339) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 21:04:06 PDT Auctions

    p71vic Welcome to the stamp board. That stamp was issued n 1938 as part of a presidential set commonly known as the prexies. Value of the stamp about a nickel if unused maybe 1 cent used.

    Posted by antonius-ra (339) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 21:06:53 PDT Auctions

    Jim I think you jacked the board up or is it that you are just bored. It will not fully load so I can't "view source" to see what kind of trickery you are using

    Posted by tallan.ent (6) about me on Aug-23-01 at 21:08:36 PDT Auctions

    Flip 138 Thanks for your comments about the Diana cover.(Here if you are intrested). I believe that it was produced as a training item for the expected high demand of the covers. The postmarks are training school and come with and without date lugs as you stated.

    Posted by antonius-ra (339) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 21:22:47 PDT Auctions

    hope this isn't a bomb
    Posted by AS IS STAMPS (1,534,987) on Aug-23-01 at approximately 25:00:00 PDT
    Anybody want to by some iffy stamps?

    Posted by antonius-ra (339) star about me on Aug-23-01 at 21:25:06 PDT Auctions

    Hello?


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