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The Stamps Of Turkey : On Steiner Pages.

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Posted 11/23/2016   04:40 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add rod222 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply

Index to SCF Page 18




Curiosity:

Turkish Stamp cancelled in the English Midlands.

Sc#2544 1996 100,000 Lira Kemal Ataturk Blue-green and Yellow Orange
CV $3.50 / $1.75

Pmk : Leicestershire, 18th July 1997



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Stumbling around in ignorance here.
My first taste of Turkey's first stamps.

I am guessing Scott 6 25 paras Black on yellow, surface printed. 1863
It is badly damaged (but welcome in my collection)
Looks on piece, but I think glued on in a amateur repair attempt.

Welcome any comments, input.

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Turkey in Asia
Sc#87 Mosque at Urfa Study.
100 Piastres Violet

CV $75 - $5

Top 2 have orig gum, lightly hinged (looks like evidence gum toning)
Bottom 2 are used and soaked by prev owners.
Note Colour change from Red-violet to Violet

I have toggled the top 2, and believe both are genuine, but look at the Crescents
in the top corners, you would swear by the look of these 1 would be a forgery.

I think a print ink problem at the time.

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Turkish stamps used in Thrace. (Eastern and Western Thrace)
Thrace
Issued under Greek Occupation.

1920
Steiner Page 11.

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Turkey in Asia
1922
Steiner Page 10.

"Adana" Set, and First Parliament House.

Note the closeness of colour in Parliament House "Red Brown" and "Brown Orange"

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1891 Fixed Rate Revenue.
White Paper. Brown with Yellow Filagree 10 paras.

Curious Cancellation
Possibly Non-Turk part name BROUS??
Update : BROUSSE = Bursa (Anatolia)

Clock face dial with roman Numerals Vl to Xll

With the naked eye, I first thought XANTHI cancellation.

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1987
Steiner Page 21.



1987
Steiner Page 22.

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1988
Steiner Page 23.



1988
Steiner Page 24.




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Update:
Previous Post on Fiscal

"Curious cancellation BROUS??? poss Non-Turk"
error

BROUSSE = Bursa (North Western Anatolia)


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Amazing "Colour changeling"
Ampir / Crescent Scott Type A7

Genuine: Sc#76 5 Piastres Green / Light Green. (I do not have a correct colour to sit alongside.)

Green pigment has departed to quite a crisp Blue / Light Blue

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1884 "Crescent" Set Unmentioned in Scott.

The Sc#68 20 paras, comes in 2 paper types, thick and thin.
This may be linked to the differing Perforations 11 and 13
This paper types may occur in other values.

The Thick Paper appears yellowed, and the printing is less crisp
giving the viewer the assumption the stamp has been over-soaked.

I have yet to find a mint Thick Paper.




Postmark.
circa 16-17 bar, SALONIQUE (SALONICA) Pmk on Sc#88 1890 (Thanks Nigel)

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Revenue : Consulates.
1907
(My example does not appear to be Pelure paper)
20 Piastres Carmine Perf 12.





Sundry:
Tughra Identification : Hamid and Reshad.

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"Crescent" types : Constant Flaw.
Across all values / years

The tiny piece of steel, that forms the right hand leg of the "M" in OTTOMAN has broken away, or worn. Resulting in EMP : OTTONAN



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FORGERY : Identified by Nigel


This, for me, is the "head scratcher"

I believe (perhaps as a result of the above) a completely different typeface was used on this issue of 1876

EMP : OTTOMAN in differing typeface. (Sc#55)

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That's a nice clear strike.

The whole postmark says SALONIQUE in a large sideways oval made up of vertical lines.

This is known from the period 1888 to 1901.
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Quote:
That's a nice clear strike.
The whole postmark says SALONIQUE in a large sideways oval made up of vertical lines.
This is known from the period 1888 to 1901.


Great Nigel.
That would make the vertical bars, a deal more than 16-17.
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