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Paul Davey 118/11/2020 21:10:50
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Fred

the Expert Committee rarely publishes anything on items submitted to them. It is between the Committee and the submitter. A notable exception was the excellent book on the Hawaiian Missionaries, with the owners permission and the more recent Br Guiana 1c. Best would be to write up a new proposed listing and get it published. Then things can be submitted as "Fred no 32" for example.

You could also talk to BPA Expertising and see what they say

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Fred Sellars18/11/2020 21:46:42
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Proposing a new listing and getting it published is not what I had in mind Paul, perhaps an approach to the BPA on the subject could be another avenue to be investigated on these paper variations discovered.

Thanks for your words of wisdom over the situation, as these omitted paper variations have frustrated me now for several years, apparently without much success in approaching the elite of the philatelic fraternity.

Regards, Fred.

Fred Sellars19/11/2020 12:37:12
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I can only hope Paul that from my many submitted attachments on this forum, that rectifications will be made in specialised catalogues, that is relevant to my findings, instead of what is currently depicted on the subject of paper variations for the multiple crown Wilding papers.

At the end of the day it will be the collectors of these stamps that have their say over what is factual and what is erroneous information. Fred.

Fred Sellars22/11/2020 10:40:06
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It should not be just a select few such as the expert committee of the RPSL who appear to be adamant in releasing any information over what is known of the debacle of these papers back in the mid to late 60s, as they obviously have their reasons for doing so !

It was Dr John Sugden the Woodstock catalogue editor back in 1968 that stated official silence was absolute when trying to gain information from official sources, since then (50+ years later) little or no information has ever been attributed to these 'varieties' of paper that exist from official sources.

I agree wholeheartedly with Dr Sugden's statement, and it's about time that this was rectified.

Fred.

Fred Sellars25/11/2020 11:07:09
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Further to your comments Paul, I feel that to withhold information that is relevant (as is the case with the experts at RPSL) the philatelic fraternity are therefore being denied knowledge and progress related to the facts. Fred.

Paul Davey 125/11/2020 19:39:14
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Needs someone to write it up Fred!

Fred Sellars25/11/2020 19:50:58
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Yes Paul, I nominate the editor at Stanley Gibbons, Hugh Jefferies.

Fred.

Fred Sellars27/11/2020 12:23:00
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Could this be the reason why ? Fred.img_20201127_121339.jpg

Fred Sellars27/11/2020 12:58:38
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So don't put the onus on me Paul !

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