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Two Moderately Tough Battleship-Era Revenue Blocks

 
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Posted 06/20/2015   7:46 pm  Show Profile Check revenuecollector's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add revenuecollector to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I don't do a whole lot with material in the "Battleship Era", but these two tougher blocks caught my eye and was able to get them at decent prices. I especially like the used block due to the cancels. Not a scarce cancel by any means, but the block makes for a nice presentation.

R183 mint full gum. A tougher block, cataloging $1,250.




R177, used block of 4 catalogs $700.

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Tough blocks. As always with documentary revenues, mint stamps MUST have gum. There is no such thing as an "unused" documentary revenue stamp.
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Yup. I wouldn't have considered the first block unused if it didn't have gum.
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