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Posted 04/21/2017   04:13 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add The_Pope to your friends list  Get a Link to this Message
Hello. Have huge amount of stamps from Slovakia WWII period. Would like to find some errors on them. Is there any online catalogue/examples of errors on that stamps?
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Posted 04/21/2017   1:36 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add perf12 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Hi; As you are from Slovakia you may have this link already? There is a forum in the web site.I am sure in Slovakia they must know..
http://www.postoveznamky.sk/index.php?lng=EN













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Thanks,but I am not from Slovakia and dont know their language...
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The _pope; Sorry misread! Found this on e bay:the sellers info about the stamp...




WWII Slovakia 1939 Presidential Residence Block Watermarked (P3) with the Flagpole Variety at Position 9 VF MNH!

ITEM:

Background: This stamp was originally issued on March 14, 1940 and was printed on thicker paper with vertical gum raster (only 158 000 produced). In May of 1941 this design was reprinted on thin paper with smooth gum (384 000 produced). The original printing of these stamps marked the first anniversary of Slovak independence and the stamp depicts Grassalkovichov Palace in Bratislava which was the official residence of President Tiso.The block of four offered here is from the second printing on thinner paper with smooth gum and watermarked P3 (Slovak emblem facing right on the face of the stamp). This block includes position 9 (upper-left stamp) which has a constant plate position variety appearing as a flagpole extending from the main facade of the palace towards the trees at the right of the design. I regularly offer a selection of standard Slovak issues with more interesting specialized items and post-war liberation issues. Please take a look!

Reference: Standard examples of this stamp are listed in the 2014 Michel Mitteleuropa as # 70(z) with a value of 1.20. The stamp with this particular plate fault is specifically listed in the Slovak Specialized catalogue (Synek, 2015) as #46z DCH ZP 9.
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