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by Roman
Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:31 am
Forum: Join the Great MLO Review
Topic: Kerr 64.1-18 ==> 124.X
Replies: 37
Views: 13686

Re: Kerr 64.1-18 ==> 124.X

I studied ~15 covers from „Ho Li” for Kerr 64.1-18 all cancelled at LienKiangkow. Can you show me a single cover from Kerr 64.1-18 not cancelled in LienKiangkow which has also not a pure philately purpose? The problem I see for this cover the “pure” philately purpose. The postal rate does not match ...
by Roman
Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:38 pm
Forum: Join the Great MLO Review
Topic: Kerr 64.1-18 ==> 124.X
Replies: 37
Views: 13686

Kerr 64.1-18 ==> 124.X

Does someone do not agree that this set belongs to Kerr 124.X and not 64.1-18? ;)
by Roman
Wed Aug 30, 2017 11:44 am
Forum: Join the Great MLO Review
Topic: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37
Replies: 16
Views: 7456

Re: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37

Thank you for your post! If the collection still in sale, please let me know? The Harbin dealer covers you can put aside without worries, they don't have any value, they are mass fabricated. With this cover we can move the earliest issued day to May. In Harbin Area was the postal rate for covers sin...
by Roman
Wed Aug 30, 2017 9:37 am
Forum: Join the Great MLO Review
Topic: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37
Replies: 16
Views: 7456

Re: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37

Interesting observation. Combined chops of 2 or 4 were often used to overprint sheets, but I think here is just a "fat" and overinked overprint. The chop is the same, you can see in the overlapped scan: Overlapped-(top-bottom-stamp).jpg The thinner overprint fits 100% in the fat overprint. All other...
by Roman
Wed Aug 30, 2017 4:17 am
Forum: Join the Great MLO Review
Topic: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37
Replies: 16
Views: 7456

Re: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37

it’s like you said, to distinguish a wood and rubber chop just buy the mentioned criteria is hard up to impossible. A sign of a wood chop (sometimes also for metal but for metal chop some other criteria more important) are fine breaks, creaks and holes in the overprint, I add you a photo from a typi...
by Roman
Tue Aug 29, 2017 2:55 pm
Forum: Join the Great MLO Review
Topic: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37
Replies: 16
Views: 7456

Re: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37

I add you a scan from my collection (two sets Kerr 69.5-15).
Kerr-69.5-15.jpg
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by Roman
Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:34 am
Forum: Join the Great MLO Review
Topic: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37
Replies: 16
Views: 7456

Re: Kerr 69.5-15 vs. Kerr 69.28-37

Excellent question! :) My opinions are so far: - Kerr 69.28-37 does not exists or - Kerr 69.28-37 we never saw in real or scan There is no single overprint set in all Liberated Area stamps (which were mainly overprinted) known where a set is split into a rubber and wood chop overprint, by a virtual ...
by Roman
Tue Aug 15, 2017 7:49 am
Forum: Chinese Philately
Topic: New Website / Manchurian Local Overprints (MLO's)
Replies: 3
Views: 2355

New Website / Manchurian Local Overprints (MLO's)

Dear fellow Collectors, I'm happy to introduce my new website http://philachina.org which mainly covers Liberated Area, China Second East Turkistan Republic (ETR) and Manchurian Local Overprints (MLO's). At the moment is in early stage but already growing every day. The main challenge by collecting ...