|ken mulford||07/06/2019 11:33:09|
11 forum posts
Well your problem of dateing should now be easier as todays stamps come with a date printed in the margin .
considering that same value stamps are printed several times a year.
I guess a collector would have to have a warehouse to store his/her collection in.
|Kim Tomlinson||08/06/2019 08:32:10|
|6 forum posts|
Sorry I am back with a few more anomalies.
Q1 1990 150th anniversary of penny black, it’s commemorative but definitive in form, which way do collectors view it?
Q2 1990 Smiles Not commemorative but are the definitive?
Q3 1993 greetings booklet stamps which side of the divide do these fall?
Q4 2000 (6 Jan) New Millennium, same basic question?
Q5 2000 (15 Feb) Booklet stamps are these the same as in Q1 or a completely different area?
Generally where do these sit in your collections…
|Neil Barrett 3||14/06/2019 14:01:47|
|3 forum posts|
I'm not an expert but I'd say:
Q1 - it's a commemorative - it commemorates an anniversary. It just happens to be the same size and shape as a current definitive.
Q2 and Q3 - difficult - they're sort of themed commemoratives really.
Q4 - it's a definitive. Just a temporary change of colour.
Q5 - Same as Q1 as it's the same design with NVI instead of a value.
So the 2015 175th Anniversary Penny Black issues are also commemoratives. But the 2012 Diamond Jubilee Machin is a definitive in a temporary colour.
Someone here may know better but I'd say if it was only available in booklets, minisheets or packs then it has to be a commemorative. If it's on sale over the counter for general use - it could be either.
|Kim Tomlinson||14/06/2019 14:10:11|
|6 forum posts|
I just found a list for commemorative's on Wikipedia
Smiles are on the list, so I take it they are Commemorative and the others are not so Q1, Q3, Q4 and Q5 are definitive's (maybe)
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