I'd love to see some scans of your machins Fernando so I can see how you organise them etc.
Nothing odd here, I play through the kiloware looking for duplicates for trades or my main, side-way collections. The common stamps go to envelopes and the difficult to stockbook. tomiseksj:
First have to figure put how is the mean of "Place stamps face up on the glossy side of the release paper"
Place the stamps on the glossy paper so that you can see the images (the gum side is in contact with the glossy paper).
Yep, I use that way on my first "Magic" soak&dry, work very fast and the stamps come flat and clean. Thank you. wt1:
I don't generally collect these, but it was suggested this is a variety that is relatively hard to find? Or is it just postally used copies that are hard to find? (This one is MNH.)
That is the "game", easy buy of trade a mint 16½p/17½p/23p green/37p black, but try to find a used stamp
Read the AnthonyUK post.AnthonyUK:
They are one of those stamps that are not particularly valuable but difficult to find.
I found a decent one this week after looking through kilos of kiloware.
I found the last after two years!
of course I obtain the kilowares/lots in a very slow way. Don´t had the luck than Anthony to play with 30Kg Machin Kiloware