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The Stamps Of Australia : On Steiner Pages.

 
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It has destroyed a least half of my very small amount of very recent $1 keepers.


Yes, what can I say John, there are periods when Australia has created a monster. I agree with the message, never been a fan of the spray meter cancels.

2019 New Issues

5th February 2019 "Moments"


12th February 2019 Robin Boyd Architect

26th February 2019 "Welcome Stranger"
Found by 2 Englishmen from Cornwall and the Scilly Isles.

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Sc#4304 2015 "Welcome Stranger" replica. Diecut Self Stick.

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Victoria's Classic Local Stamp
Private Posts 1854 1855

Burdell's Express
British and Australian Express.

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Non Philatelic, but just had to share..........

Braving huge swells, in the Southern Ocean, freezing cold, in an old steel naval destroyer, life could be miserable sometimes, but there was always a steaming hot mug of "Kai" (aka "Kye") awaiting, down in the galley....

I just found the recipe
Look away now, if you are a diabetic....

Author : Jerry Hatrick (get it?)
Sc#1317



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Reminds me of our visit to The Old Chocolate House in Bruges a few years ago. The hot chocolate was a sight to see.

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Locatio...rovince.html
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Nice one Geoff ! haha
"You canna handa mana granda spanna"

I am very nearly on a vegan diet, a cup of hot cocoa before bed satisfies the overwhelming desire for sugar.

BTW, not tasted Belgian chocolate, heard of the esteem, watched a documentary a coupla nights ago, on Cadbury.



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Belgian chocolate is wonderful. I largely avoid Cadbury's since the Kraft takeover, and the attendant reduction in quality.
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Year 2000 Pages (Lots of gaps)

2000 Steiner Page 40.


2000 Steiner (lookalike) Page 40A


2000 Steiner (lookalike) Page 42. (Self Stick Diecut)
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Very nice pages Rod

Dianne
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Cheers Dianne,
trust you are still perusing your Aussie Pages.
It can be daunting.
I am up to 7 albums now....Sheesh.

Note: The Coil Stamps have softer, lower die-cut teeth, and softer corners.

Sc# 1818 and Sc# 1823
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I have quite a collection of Aussies. I am up to 4 albums on Steiner pages. I haven't had a chance to go through the ones you sent yet. Peharps I will have time on Sunday.

What countries are you looking for these days? I have lots of spares, I could get together a nice package for you

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Cheers Dianne,
I am OK right now, I have stamps coming out of my ears.

Currently working Thailand and Mauritius
Both expensive little blighters.

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2000 Steiner (lookalike) Page 41


2000 Steiner Page 44.


2000 Steiner (Lookalike) Page 44A.
( I do not recognise our Olympians?)
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Crikey! I am just the Master's apprentice here, Jill is the superhero,
The caped philatelist.......
she found this Bulletin 258 January 2001
Paralympians.

All images named...........

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2000 Paralympics : Die Cut.
I bring into question Scott Catalogue 2017 Australia Sc# 1852 to 1856

I believe the stated Perf Guage is in error.

In the die-cut layout the corollory follows that, the top of stamp perforation guage between the two values is a quarter guage 11 49c and 11 45c.

I have checked 100 examples and find the same guage throughout all values.
Ergo : No way to discriminate between coil or booklet apart from the value tablet.



45c alongside an 49c
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